thermodynamic

[thur-moh-dahy-nam-ik]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to thermodynamics.
2.
using or producing heat.
Also, thermodynamical.


Origin:
1840–50; thermo- + dynamic

thermodynamically, adverb
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thermodynamic or thermodynamical (ˌθɜːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪk)
 
adj
1.  of or concerned with thermodynamics
2.  determined by or obeying the laws of thermodynamics
 
thermodynamical or thermodynamical
 
adj
 
thermody'namically or thermodynamical
 
adv

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thermodynamic ther·mo·dy·nam·ic (thûr'mō-dī-nām'ĭk)
adj.

  1. Characteristic of or resulting from the conversion of heat into other forms of energy.

  2. Of or relating to thermodynamics.

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