an electromagnetic wave, esp. a radio wave, with a constant amplitude and frequency
a person who works in a mine
A continuous process is a process in which the product comes out without interruption and not in groups.
denoting a formulation of a medicinal drug taken orally that releases the active ingredients over several hours, in order to maintain a relatively constant plasma concentration of the drug
radio waves generated as a continuous train of oscillations having a constant frequency and amplitude
See present progressive
If pupils or students undergo continuous assessment, they get qualifications partly or entirely based on the work they do during the year, rather than on exam results.
the theory that matter is being created continuously in the universe
a mathematical function such that a small change in the independent variable, or point of the domain, produces only a small change in the value of the function
If there is an improvement in something, it becomes better . If you make improvements to something, you make it better.
the systems in a plant or factory for the manufacturing of products, treating of materials, etc, that have been designed to run continuously and are often computer-controlled
a spectrum that contains or appears to contain all wavelengths but not spectrum lines over a wide portion of its range . The emission spectrum of incandescent solids is continuous ; bremsstrahlung spectra consisting of a large number of lines may appear continuous
paper that is perforated between pages and folded concertina fashion, used in dot-matrix, line, and daisywheel printers
continuous pipeline operation:
Continuous pipeline operation is technology for valves and corrosion protection to allow fluids to flow through pipes without interruption .
a verb form consisting of an auxiliary be in the past tense followed by a present participle and used esp. to indicate that an action or event was incomplete or in progress at a point of reference in the past, as was sleeping in I was sleeping when the phone rang
a verb form including the auxiliary have followed by been and a present participle, noting the continuation of an activity or event, its incompleteness or interruption, and its connection to the temporal point of reference, as in I've been waiting for over an hour, They had been talking about her before she came into the room, or In July, he will have been living here for two years
A miner is a person who works underground in mines in order to obtain minerals such as coal, diamonds, or gold .