What is the definition of gravitational force

Gravitational force (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
Gra | vi | ta | ti | ons | power, Plural: Gra | vi | ta | ti | ons | forces | te
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ɡʀavitaˈʦi̯oːnsˌkʀaft]
Word meaning / definition:
1) physics one of the four basic forces; manifests itself in the mutual attraction of masses, decreases with increasing distance of the masses and has an unlimited range
Origin of the term:
Determinative compound, composed of the nounGravity, the joint element-s and the nounforce
Synonyms:
1) Attraction, gravity, mass attraction, gravity
General terms:
1) strength
Application examples:
1) “Even if the forces appear small, the electrical force is z. B. compared to Gravitational force extraordinarily strong. "
1) “For a more precise orbit analysis of asteroids, for example, the Gravitational forces the sun, all planets, the moon and other larger celestial bodies taken into account, as well as relativistic effects. "
Cases:
Nominative: singular Gravitational force; Plural Gravitational forces
Genitive: singular Gravitational force; Plural Gravitational forces
Dative: singular Gravitational force; Plural Gravitational forces
Accusative: singular Gravitational force; Plural Gravitational forces


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Of course, when a planet orbits a star, the planet practices one too Gravitational force on the star and thereby regularly shakes it. In principle, one could observe that and discover the planet in this way.
Wissenschaft.de, June 10, 2019

Only a few can get this Gravitational force revoke.
CryptoMonday, July 05, 2019

Negatives Gravitational force - a minus in front of the formula makes the forces of the universe stand upside down Farnes assumes a negative one Gravitational force the dark liquid that pushes everything material away from itself.
Business Insider Germany, December 8, 2018

For the first time in almost ten years, no additional jobs have been created in industry. Other industries could benefit from the Gravitational force pulled down by the recession. It hits some regions particularly hard.
Welt.de, February 19, 2020

However, some of them show a special focus on the influence of the Gravitational force of a great planet.
Wissenschaft.de, November 26, 2019

Black holes practice such an enormous one Gravitational force from the fact that they break through the spacetime structure themselves. For those who exceed their event horizon, there is no way back.
scinexx, September 26, 2019

© Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration Black holes are so strong Gravitational force from the fact that even light cannot escape them.
scinexx, March 20, 2020

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Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "gravitational force":

Planetary system: ... Meaning of the word / definition: 1) Astronomy the totality of bodies that are bound by gravitational force and usually move around a single star; The largest of these bodies are called ...

Gravity:… Orbits and lets the apple fall to the ground. Derived words: 1) Gravitational constant, gravitational force, gravimeter Translations to English: 1) gravity ...

Gravity: Earth's gravity, gravitational force Opposite words: 1) Buoyancy Superordinate terms: 1) Physics, mechanics, forces Application examples: 1) Due to the force of gravity, the apple falls vertically from the tree

attraction:… Attraction 3) a tourist attraction Typical word combinations: attraction of gravity - Gravitationskraft Derived words: attract, attractive, attractiveness…

síla:… 1) Tělesa se vzájemně přitahují gravitační silou. Bodies attract each other through gravitational force. 2) Bivoj měl obrovskou sílu. The bull had enormous strength ...


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