Definition of Trough. Meaning of Trough. Synonyms of Trough
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Definition of Trough
Trough Trough, n. (Meteor.)
The transverse section of a cyclonic area where the
barometric pressure, neither rising nor falling, has reached
its lowest point.
TroughTrough Trough, n. [OE. trough, trogh, AS. trog, troh; akin to
D., G., & Icel. trog, Sw. tr[*a]g, Dan. trug; probably
originally meaning, made of wood, and akin to E. tree. ? &
241. See Tree, and cf. Trug.]
1. A long, hollow vessel, generally for holding water or
other liquid, especially one formed by excavating a log
longitudinally on one side; a long tray; also, a wooden
channel for conveying water, as to a mill wheel.
2. Any channel, receptacle, or depression, of a long and
narrow shape; as, trough between two ridges, etc.
Trough gutter (Arch.), a rectangular or V-shaped gutter,
usually hung below the eaves of a house.
Trough of the sea, the depression between two waves.
Meaning of Trough from wikipedia
(economics), the lowest turning point
of a business cycle Trough
(geology), a long depression
than a trench
- A trough
is an elongated
****ociated with fronts. Troughs
may be at the surface, or aloft...
- U-shaped valleys, trough valleys
or glacial troughs
, are formed
by the process
of glaciation. They are characteristic
of mountain glaciation
- A parabolic trough
is a type of solar thermal collector
that is straight
in one dimension
as a parabola
in the other
with a polished...
- In medicine
and pharmacology, a trough level
or trough concentration
(Ctrough) is the lowest concentration reached
by a drug before
the next dose is administered...
is at a maximum. A trough
is the opposite
of a crest, so the minimum
or lowest point
in a cycle. When the crests
of two sine waves
- The monsoon trough
is a portion
of the Intertropical Convergence
Zone in the Western
Pacific, as depicted
by a line on a weather
- The Trough
is a 6-mile long wooded gorge carved
by the South Branch Potomac River
(SBPR) and situated
in the Allegheny Mountains
- 35000; 163.50000) is a small
peak just south
of Pyramid Trough
, at the west side of the Koettlitz
Glacier. The descriptive
- A manger, or feeding trough
, is a structure
used to hold food for animals. The word comes
from the French manger
(meaning "to eat"), from Latin...
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