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act of resisting
The ability to impede (resist) the flow of electric current. With the exception of superconductors, all substances have a greater or lesser degree of resistance. Substances with very low resistance, such as metals, conduct electricity well and are called conductors. Substances with very high resistance, such as glass and rubber, conduct electricity poorly and are called nonconductors or insulators.
(power of) resistance
1) The ability of a plant to overcome, retard, suppress, or prevent infection or colonization by a pathogen, parasite, or adverse abiotic factor. 2) The ability of insects, fungi, weeds, or other pests to survive normally lethal doses of an insecticide, fungicide, herbicide, or other pesticide. (Source: DUNSTE)
underground organization struggling for liberation
(sociology) An underground organization engaged in a struggle for liberation from forceful occupation.
shortened form of electrical resistance
The act of resisting, or the capacity to resist.
resistance (e.g. to antibiotics)
(physics) A force that tends to oppose motion.
(physics) Shortened form of electrical resistance.
force that tends to oppose motion
Physics: Measure of the degree to which an object (e. g. electronic part, wire) opposes the passage of an electric current.