inertia in English

noun
1
a tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged.
the bureaucratic inertia of government
synonyms: inactivity inaction inertness unchanged statestationary condition stasis
2
a property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force.
A better way to measure the mass of a microscopic sample is to quantify the sample's inertia as it is forced into motion.
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1. Inertia, lack of action.

2. The organization is stifled by bureaucratic inertia.

3. Low inertia frame for detecting coriolis acceleration

4. 9 In peacetime military technology tends towards inertia.

5. 6 Projects were frequently abandoned through sheer inertia.

6. 5 The organization is stifled by bureaucratic inertia.

7. 4 Inertia carried the plane onto the ground.

8. 10 But I can not overcome the emotional inertia.

9. I'm unable to throw off this feeling of inertia.

10. The dogs circled near by, depressed by my inertia.

11. We had a feeling of inertia in the afternoon.

12. Brake actuator comprising an energy accumulator and an inertia weight

13. I can't seem to throw off this feeling of inertia.

14. 1 I'm unable to throw off this feeling of inertia.

15. In a Constantly changing world, inertia is tantamount to decline

16. Catalytic is the easiest path to break through corporate inertia

17. 8 The dogs circled near by, depressed by my inertia.

18. 2 We had a feeling of inertia in the afternoon.

19. They have inertia, mass and momentum and obey centrifugal force.

20. 17 They have inertia, mass and momentum and obey centrifugal force.

21. We talked about inertia and organ donations and checking the box.

22. 3 She lapsed into inertia and lay there as if asleep.

23. This feature can be used to provide simulated inertia and momentum.

24. "Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?".

25. Judge Frossard, it seems, wanted to put an end to the inertia.

26. 19 I can't seem to throw off this feeling of inertia.

27. 11 The group helped me overcome my inertia and lose weight.

28. Verily, the Academy is a raging inferno of inertia and glazed expressions.

29. 26 Not long after PageMaker shipped, Apple began overcoming its engineering inertia.

30. 13 This feature can be used to provide simulated inertia and momentum.

31. ‘The actual wheel power Pr,i shall be the total power to overcome air resistance, rolling resistance, road gradients, longitudinal inertia of the vehicle and rotational inertia of the wheels.’ ;

32. 25 However, this can not be used as a pretext to justify inertia.

33. Raj : I know, Paul. We are simply moving aside some inertia. Continue listening.

34. Alternatively, the equivalent inertia mass mi can be derived from Table 3.

35. Wind generator for an air-circulating shoe using the law of inertia

36. Adjust the equivalent inertia mass of the chassis dynamometer, according to Table 2.

37. The actual wheel power Pr,i shall be the total power to overcome air resistance, rolling resistance, road gradients, longitudinal inertia of the vehicle and rotational inertia of the wheels.

38. The forum's inertia at a time of acute global financial crisis is perplexing

39. reduced by the acceleration torque calculated from the moment of inertia (J¿p?)

40. 27 Judge Frossard, it seems, wanted to put an end to the inertia.

41. Their strength and inertia allowed them to chop small tree branches with ease.

42. 22 Such initiatives tended to be overcome in time by inertia and indifference.

43. It is this inertia that you must overcome to get your bicycle moving.

44. The effects of transverse shear and rotatory inertia are included in the analysis.

45. 14 Verily, the Academy is a raging inferno of inertia and glazed expressions.

46. Note however that rotational inertia is a factor only during acceleration (and deceleration/braking).

47. 29 These huge corporations are dying of boredom caused by the inertia of giantism.

48. The forces for change in the government are not sufficient to overcome bureaucratic inertia.

49. But bloating, laxity, conceit, extravagance and inertia are to be found in certain degrees.

50. Antonyms for Chirpiness include listlessness, apathy, fatigue, inertia, lethargy, weariness, ennui, heaviness, languor and depression