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resistance
  1. The act of resisting, or the capacity to resist.
  2. (physics) A force that tends to oppose motion.
  3. (physics) Shortened form of electrical resistance.
  4. An underground organisation engaged in a struggle for liberation from forceful occupation; a resistance movement.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “All of these tasks would have to be performed in situations where the threat of armed resistance is real and present.”
      “Sections of the community are expected to mount strong resistance to any plans to increase council rates.”
      “Continued use of the drug will gradually lead to resistance against its efficacy.”
resistor
  1. One who resists, especially a person who fights against an occupying army.
  2. An electric component that transmits current in direct proportion to the voltage across it.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “The potential coil of the wattmeter generally has a high-resistance resistor connected in series with it.”
      “There are multiamplifier schemes that have both high input resistance and a gain that can be varied by changing one resistor.”
      “Etchants are commonly employed in the manufacture of resistor boards where films of gold, nickel, or chromium are to be etched.”
resistant
  1. A person who resists; especially a member of a resistance movement.
  2. A thing which resists.
resist
resistlessness
  1. The state or condition of being resistless.
resistibility
  1. The condition of being resistible.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Designers and test houses are presented with increased resistibility levels and testing complexity from these new equipment recommendations.”
      “These additives were added either to enhance the hardness of the grout mixture or increase the resistibility to leaching.”
      “At the first stage one calculates resistibility of short eccentrically compressed CFST column standard section.”
resistiveness
  1. The quality of being resistive.
  2. Examples:
    1. “In Creative Music Therapy, the client-therapist relationship is seen to progress through different stages based on levels of resistiveness of the client.”
resistaunce
  1. Obsolete form of resistance.
resister
  1. Alternative form of resistor
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  3. Examples:
    1. “It does not sit well with me that you are consistently a resister of reforms.”
      “Everything strives forwards, forwards, dragging the resister along with ecstatic power.”
      “Henry David Thoreau was an American author, poet, naturalist and tax resister.”
resisting
resistibilities
  1. plural of resistibility
resistances
  1. plural of resistance
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Yet many open-pollinated and hybrid varieties that have no listed disease resistances do have good resistance to certain pathogens.”
      “A Kelvin Double bridge is a variant of the Wheatstone bridge used for measuring very low resistances.”
      “The Wheatstone bridge is an electrical circuit for the precise comparison of resistances.”
resistings
resistants
  1. plural of resistant
  2. Examples:
    1. “A traveller starts at the airport and boards the plane, with its full complement of fire retardants, stain resistants, and the other protective chemicals.”
      “The motto has later been reused by Breton regiments, local World War II Resistants and cultural movements.”
resisters
  1. plural of resister
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  3. Examples:
    1. “But some attempts to stamp out resistance can increase it, by enlarging the recruitment pool of resisters.”
      “The Frank family was harbored for two years by Dutch resisters before finally being betrayed by Dutch collaborators.”
      “These resisters are arrested, tried, and often sentenced to serve long terms in prison and jail.”
resistors
  1. plural of resistor
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The inhabitants of the colony prove to be neither passive victims nor fierce resistors in some undifferentiated manner.”
      “Passive components are capacitors, resistors, connectors, filters, inductors, and oscillators.”
      “Several of the inductors were burned out, the solenoid was split, and several of the resistors had broken loose.”
resists
  1. plural of resist
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