Noun(1) a flat (usually rectangular(2) any wrapper or covering(3) a curve that is tangent to each of a family of curves(4) a natural covering (as by a fluid(5) the maximum operating capability of a system (especially an aircraft(6) the bag containing the gas in a balloon
(1) My boss handed me the envelope containing the necessary papers.(2) The letters contained a smaller envelope each, with the defendant's name on three of these and a further two names on the other two.(3) The laboratory blocks within the overall envelope are linked by walkways, bridges and meeting platforms.(4) But it is noticeable that, even within the overall envelope of European culture, it is all too easy for despotism, of one sort or another, to become the ruling paradigm.(5) The glass envelope gently undulates to follow the site as it moves along the riverfront; it seems to express the flow of the water.(6) In addition to serving as a semipermeable layer, the envelope in cucumber, muskmelon, and other cucurbitaceous seeds is known to act as the primary barrier to radicle emergence.(7) They hold open the envelope as the balloon is inflated.(8) Evidence suggesting the existence of multiple import pathways at the outer envelope membrane for different classes of precursor proteins has been presented.(9) The insertion of the fusion peptide in the host membrane provides the necessary link between the viral envelope and the cell membrane.(10) the switch itself is a glass envelope filled with rare gases and containing two contacts(11) Noise, when used with a vocal modulator, traces the envelope of the vocal with wideband noise.(12) In the latest incident, at 12.30 pm on Sunday, a 93-year-old woman had a brown envelope containing documents stolen.(13) Jacob Bernoulli also discovered a general method to determine evolutes of a curve as the envelope of its circles of curvature.(14) Residents will have until January 6 to return the ballot paper in the pre-paid envelope which will come with the letter.(15) the external envelope of the swimming pool(16) The observed tide is a result of the rotation of the Earth within the envelope of the two deformations, which remain fixed in orientation relative to the Moon and Sun.
1. wrapper ::
2. wrapping ::
3. sleeve ::
4. cover ::
5. covering ::
6. casing ::
7. package ::
Different Formsenvelope, envelopes
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