English → English - saturation

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n. act of soaking, act of filling to capacity; state of being soaked, state of being filled to capacity; purity of tint, percentage of white in a given color
n. saturation, state of being soaked, state of being filled to capacity
n. saturation, act of soaking, act of filling to capacity

English → Spanish - saturation

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s. saturación, hartura; (inform.) medida de saturación de la tonalidad del color, nitidez de la tonalidad del gris o el blanco

English → French - saturation

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n. saturation: saturation; niveau de saturation en couleur d'un ton; degré de pureté du ton du gris au blanc (informatique)

English → German - saturation

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n. Sättigung, Tränkung; (Comput) Farbsättigung in einer Nuance und ihre Klarheit durch Verringerung von grau und weiß

English → Indonesian - saturation

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n. penjenuhan, kejenuhan, penyerapan

English → Italian - saturation

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s. saturazione; (inform.) misura di saturazione di sfumatura, misura della variazione di sfumatura dal grigio o bianco

English → Polish - saturation

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n. nasycenie, przepojenie, przepajanie, saturacja

English → Portuguese - saturation

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s. saturação; saturamento; (informática) medida da saturação de cores, medida da nitidez da variação do cinza para o branco

English → Romanian - saturation

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n. îmbibare, saturare, saturaţie, impregnare

English → Russian - saturation

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с. насыщение, насыщенность, сатурация

English → Turkish - saturation

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i. doyma, canlılık (renk), doyurma, koyuluk

English → Ukrainian - saturation

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n. насичення, просочування, масування

French → English - saturation

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(f) n. saturation, act of soaking, act of filling to capacity

German → English - saturation

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n. act of soaking, act of filling to capacity; state of being soaked, state of being filled to capacity; purity of tint, percentage of white in a given color

English → Dutch - saturation

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zn. verzadiging; dorst lessen; (in computers) de verzadiging van een tint, de mate van zuiverheid van een tint

English → Greek - saturation

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ουσ. διάβρεξη, κορεσμός, μούσκευμα, κόρος

French → Spanish - saturation

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(technique) saturación (f)

French → German - saturation

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n. sättigung, übersättigung, überdruss

French → Italian - saturation

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(technique) saturazione (f)

French → Portuguese - saturation

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(technique) saturação (f)

French → Russian - saturation

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n. насыщение (хим.) (f), насыщенность (хим.) (f)

French → Turkish - saturation

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[la] doyma, doygunluk; doyurma

German → Russian - saturation

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n. карбонизация (f)

German → Turkish - saturation

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i. doyurma (f)

French → Dutch - saturation

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(technique) verzadiging (f)

English → Arabic - saturation

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‏نقع، إتخام، التشبع المغنطيسي، صفاء اللون‏

English → Chinese - saturation

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(名) 饱和; 浸透; 浸润, 全部充满; 色彩的纯净, 颜色可以和白色混合的程度

English → Chinese - saturation

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(名) 飽和; 浸透; 浸潤

English → Hindi - saturation

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n. संतुष्टि, संतृप्ति, परिपूर्णता, सुखाने

English → Japanese - saturation

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(名) 浸すこと; 満たすこと; 充満; 彩度

English → Korean - saturation

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명. 침윤, 포화, 채도, 집중공격

English → Vietnamese - saturation

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n. sự thấm vào, sự bảo hòa

Definition of saturation

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Noun
1. The act of saturating or the process of being saturated
2. The condition in which, after a sufficient increase in a causal force, no further increase in the resultant effect is possible; e.g. the state of a ferromagnetic material that cannot be further magnetized
3. The state of a saturated solution
4. The state of an organic compound that has no double or triple bonds
5. The state of the atmosphere when it is saturated with water vapour; 100% humidity
6. (art) the intensity or vividness of a colour
7. Intense bombing of a military target with the aim of destroying it
8. The flooding of a market with all of a product that can be sold
9. An effect on the sound of an electric guitar, used primarily in heavy metal music
10. The condition at which a component of the system has reached its maximum traffic-handling capacity, i.e. one erlang per circuit.
11. The point at which the output of a linear device, such as a linear amplifier, deviates significantly from being a linear function of the input when the input signal is increased.
Modulation often requires that amplifiers operate below saturation.
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