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f

< /paʊl ˈfeɪ lɪks ˈeɪd lər fən ˈmüntsˌbɛrk/, 1863–1942, Austrian composer, conductor, and writer.

noun plural f’s, F’s or Fs

  1. the sixth letter and fourth consonant of the modern English alphabet
  2. a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiceless labio-dental fricative, as in fat

symbol for

  1. music forte: an instruction to play loudly
  2. physics frequency
  3. (formerly in the Netherlands) guilder
  4. maths function (of)
  5. physics femto-
  6. chess See algebraic notation

symbol for

  1. f-number

symbol for

  1. music
    1. a note having a frequency of 349.23 hertz (F above middle C) or this value multiplied or divided by any power of 2; the fourth note of the scale of C major
    2. a key, string, or pipe producing this note
    3. the major or minor key having this note as its tonic
  2. Fahrenheit
  3. Fellow
  4. chem fluorine
  5. Helmholtz function
  6. physics force
  7. franc(s)
  8. farad(s)
  9. genetics a generation of filial offspring, F 1 being the first generation of offspring, F 2 being the second generation, etc

abbreviation for

  1. France (international car registration)

abbreviation for

  1. fighterF-106

abbreviation for

  1. fathom(s)
  2. female
  3. grammar feminine
  4. plural ff. or FF. folio
  5. plural ff. following (page)

  1. Abbreviation of Fahrenheit
  2. The symbol for farad.
  3. The symbol for fluorine.

F

  1. A pale-yellow, poisonous, gaseous element of the halogen group. It is highly corrosive and is used to separate certain isotopes of uranium and to make refrigerants and high-temperature plastics. It is also added in fluoride form to the water supply to prevent tooth decay. Atomic number 9; atomic weight 18.9984; melting point -223°C; boiling point -188.14°C; specific gravity of liquid 1.108 (at boiling point); valence 1. See Periodic Table.

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