Floppy Disk

Floppy Disk (FD )

According to Abbreviationfinder, FD stands for Floppy Disk. A disk is a circular element that allows certain data to be recorded. Flexible, on the other hand, is something that can be easily bent (and therefore is not totally rigid). The idea of ​​a floppy disk refers to a support that is used to store information. It […]

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Ecology (ECO)

Ecology (ECO)

Ecology is the scientific specialty focused on the study and analysis of the link that arises between living beings and the environment that surrounds them, understood as the combination of abiotic factors (among which climate and geology can be mentioned) and biotic factors (organisms that share the habitat). Ecology also analyzes the distribution and quantity […]

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diameter

Diameter (D)

The term diameter that concerns us now we can establish that it has its etymological origin in Greek, since it is the result of the union of several components of said language: -The prefix “dia-”, which means “through”. -The noun “metron”, which can be translated as “measure”. This is the name given to the straight […]

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Social Right

Social Right (SR)

Inspired by postulates of justice, rights constitute the institutional order in charge of regulating human behavior in society. It is, therefore, a set of regulations that allow resolving social conflicts. Law can be divided into different branches. In this sense, it is possible to speak of public law (when the State, as an authority, intervenes […]

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Provide

Provide

The verb deparar is used with reference to the action of granting, granting or offering. The concept can also refer to presenting or exhibiting. For example: “I don’t know what this trip will bring us, but I really want to get on the plane and start the journey”, “The draw for the round of 16 […]

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TWILIGHT

Twilight

From the Latin crepusculum, twilight is known as the clarity that begins to be glimpsed from the beginning of dawn to sunrise and from the time it sets until nightfall. In the first case, we speak of morning twilight, dawn, or aurora, while in the second, we are talking about evening twilight. Abbreviationfinder: Find definitions […]

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CUMBIA

Cumbia

Cumbia is a musical and dance genre that originated in Colombia and Panama but has now become popular in the rest of Latin America and has numerous variants and adaptations. History tells that, in Colombia, cumbia arose on the Caribbean coast from the cultural fusion between the indigenous people, the slaves who arrived from Africa […]

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CUBISM

Cubism

Cubism is a school and aesthetic theory of plastic arts and design. It is characterized by the use of geometric shapes, such as cubes, triangles and rectangles. The movement was born in France and had its heyday between 1907 and 1914. The term cubism comes from the French word cubisme, which was proposed by the […]

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CRONOPIO

Cronopio

Cronopio is a notion created by the Argentine writer Julio Cortázar ( 1914 – 1984 ). The cronopios are green and humid beings, according to what was imagined by the author of “Hopscotch”, who never gave too many details about the physical appearance of these characters. The first time that Cortázar used the term was […]

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Death

In Latin we clearly find the etymological origin of the term death that now concerns us. Specifically, it derives from “defunctio”, which is the result of the sum of these components: -The prefix “de-”, which indicates “direction from top to bottom”. -The word “functio”, which is synonymous with “function” and which is the result of […]

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DECLAMATION

Declamation

Derived from the Latin declamatĭo, the concept of declamation revolves around the act of declaiming. This verb, according to its theoretical definition, describes the action of speaking in public or reciting with the appropriate intonation, mime and gestures. In this sense, we can make it known that there are various contests and declamation contests worldwide […]

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Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)

Runner ‘s knee is also known by the terms iliotibial band chafing syndrome, tractus syndrome or iliotibial band syndrome and by the abbreviation ITBS. Runner’s knee is a painful condition on the outside of the knee that can affect both athletes and non-athletes. What is runner’s knee? Runner ‘s knee is caused by improper loading […]

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Minimal Change Glomerulonephritis (MCGN)

Minimal change glomerulonephritis is a special type of glomerulonephritis. The disease is also referred to by some doctors with the abbreviation MCGN. Minimal change glomerulonephritis is a disease that occurs primarily in young children. What is minimal change glomerulonephritis? In many cases, minimal-change glomerulonephritis is the trigger for the so-called nephrotic syndrome, which affects some […]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

CTS stands for carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is pressure damage to nerves in the wrist caused by a cavity in the carpal canal. The disease must be treated, otherwise it will lead to consequential damage that can significantly limit the function of the affected hand. What is carpal tunnel syndrome? Graphic representation of the anatomy […]

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Keratosis Follicularis Spinulosa Decalvans (KFSD)

KFSD stands for Keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans which is a congenital skin disease. Keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans is inherited and extremely rare. The disease is sometimes referred to as Siemens I syndrome or keratosis pilaris decalvans. Keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans was first described by Lameris in 1905. What is keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans? Overall, the complexion […]

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Fatal Familial Insomnia

Fatal Familial Insomnia (FFI)

Fatal Familial Insomnia or Fatal Familial Insomnia – also known as FFI – is an inherited disorder. The FFI (from the English for “fatal familial insomnia”) belongs to the so-called prion diseases and is characterized by severe sleep disorders and insomnia. Fatal familial insomnia often occurs between the ages of 20 and 70. Although the […]

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Coronary Heart Disease

Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)

Coronary heart disease (CHD), chronic circulatory disorders of the heart muscle or chronic ischemic heart disease is a heart disease that is caused by hardening of the arteries and circulatory disorders in the heart muscle. As a result, the heart is undersupplied with oxygen, so that important cardiovascular functions can no longer be fulfilled. Seen […]

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Keel Chest

Keel Chest (KC)

The terms keel breast or chicken breast refer to a clearly visible protrusion of the sternum. Only in rare cases does this lead to physical problems such as poor posture. Very often, however, a keel chest is a significant psychological burden for those affected, so that medical care is necessary in many cases. What is […]

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Short Circuit

Short Circuit (SC)

We have to establish, in the first place, that short-circuit is a juxtaposed word made up of two terms such as “short” and “circuit”: -Short has its etymological origin in Latin, exactly in the adjective “curtus”, which can be translated as “cut” or “short”. -Circuit, on the other hand, also derives from Latin. In his […]

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Music Television (MTV)

Music Television (MTV)

MTV, (acronym for Music Television according to abbreviationfinder) is an American cable television network, originally established in 1981 by Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment. Since 1985 it has been part of Viacom. Foundation MTV began broadcasting on August 1, 1981 with a video by the English group The Buggles, Video killed the radio star; the second video […]

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