scalebound

Portuguese translation: escalonado

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English term or phrase:scalebound
Portuguese translation:escalonado
Entered by: Isabel Vidigal

14:40 Apr 10, 2005
English to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]
Science - Architecture / fractal geometry
English term or phrase: scalebound
"A Mies van der Rohe building is a scalebound throwback to Euclid..."

escalonado
Explanation:
échelonné (adj.) scalebound
Se dit d'une figure géométrique ou d'un objet naturel dont la structure est dominée par un très petit nombre d'échelles intrinsèques bien distinctes.
NOTA Néologisme créé et défini par Mandelbrot (1981) comme contraire de « scalant ».
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escalonado


Explanation:
échelonné (adj.) scalebound
Se dit d'une figure géométrique ou d'un objet naturel dont la structure est dominée par un très petit nombre d'échelles intrinsèques bien distinctes.
NOTA Néologisme créé et défini par Mandelbrot (1981) comme contraire de « scalant ».
http://www.translationbureau.gc.ca/pwgsc_internet/fr/publica...


Isabel Vidigal
Brazil
Local time: 11:47
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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