scintilla

  • 1 Scintilla — Entwickler Neil Hodgson Aktuelle Version 2.27 (20. Juni 2011) Betriebssystem Windows und Linux Programmier­sprache C++ …

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  • 2 Scintilla — SciTE 1.68 Разработчик Нейл Ходжсон Написана на C++ …

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  • 3 Scintilla — Scintilla …

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  • 4 scintilla — scin·til·la /sin ti lə/ n: a small trace or barely perceptible amount of something (as evidence supporting a position) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. scintilla …

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  • 5 Scintilla — SciTE, un editor de texto que usa Scintilla …

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  • 6 Scintilla — may refer to:*Scintilla (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Universe *Scintilla (editing component), an open source code editing component …

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  • 7 scintilla — s.f. [lat. scintilla ]. 1. [particella incandescente che si distacca da pietre, metalli percossi o materiali in combustione e che si spegne rapidamente: s. sprigionate dalla pietra focaia ] ▶◀ (lett.) favilla, (region.) monachina. 2. (fig.) a.… …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 8 scintilla — 1690s, from figurative use of L. scintilla particle of fire, spark, glittering speck, atom, probably from PIE *ski nto , from root *skai to shine, to gleam (Cf. Goth. skeinan, O.E. scinan to shine ) …

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  • 9 scintilla — ► NOUN ▪ a tiny trace or amount: not a scintilla of doubt. ORIGIN Latin, spark …

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  • 10 Scintilla — Scin*til la, n. [L.] A spark; the least particle; an iota; a tittle. R. North. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 11 Scintilla — Scintilla, lat., Funken; scintilliren, funkeln; Scintillation, das Funkeln, Funkensprühen …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 12 scintilla — [n] small bit, trace atom, crumb, dab, dash, drop, flash, hint, iota, particle, pinch, ray, shade, shred, small quantity, smidgen, soupçon, sparkle, speck, spot, whiff, whisper; concepts 529,831 …

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  • 13 scintilla — [sin til′ə] n. [L] 1. a spark 2. a particle; the least trace: used only figuratively …

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  • 14 scintilla — scin·tìl·la s.f. 1. AD minuscolo frammento di materia incandescente che si stacca da un fuoco, da sostanze incendiate, da un esplosione, da metalli percossi violentemente e sim. Sinonimi: favilla. 2. TS fis. scarica fra due conduttori… …

    Dizionario italiano

  • 15 scintilla — {{hw}}{{scintilla}}{{/hw}}s. f. 1 Fenomeno transitorio di fuoco nettamente localizzato che sprizza da carboni e legna accesi, metalli roventi battuti e sim. | Scintilla elettrica, scarica elettrica, breve, con effetti luminosi, acustici, termici …

    Enciclopedia di italiano

  • 16 scintilla — scin|til|la [sınˈtılə] n [singular ] [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: spark ] a very small amount of something scintilla of ▪ There isn t a scintilla of evidence to prove it …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 scintilla — scin|til|la [ sın tılə ] noun singular FORMAL an extremely small amount: not a scintilla of something: There is not a scintilla of evidence against him …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 scintilla — [[t]sɪntɪ̱lə[/t]] QUANT: with brd neg, QUANT of n uncount (emphasis) If you say that there is not a scintilla of evidence, hope, or doubt about something, you are emphasizing that there is none at all. [LITERARY] He says there is not a scintilla… …

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  • 19 scintilla — noun (singular) not a scintilla of truth/evidence etc not even the smallest amount of truth etc: There isn t a scintilla of evidence to prove it …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 scintilla — UK [sɪnˈtɪlə] / US noun [singular] formal an extremely small amount not a scintilla of something: There is not a scintilla of evidence against him …

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