[ US /ˈænəˌɫɔɡ/ ]
[ UK /ˈænəlˌɒɡ/ ]
[ UK /ˈænəlˌɒɡ/ ]
- something having the property of being analogous to something else
of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input
How To Use analogue In A Sentence
- An objective analogue prediction model of tropical cyclone track is brought forward that considers the synthetical evaluation environment.
- It began as a bulky analogue box running spools of tape.
- Apple's iOS designs show an increasing trend towards skeuomorphic design, that is to say they add design elements that are non-functional but hark back to analogue objects. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
- Cyclone detection doppler radars are replacing the conventional analogue radars in important locations along the east coast.
- Based on the similarity criterion, small lead test sample is used to carry on physical analogue experiment, confirmed the theory achievement's reliability to carry on the finite element analog.
- Three unsymmetrically substituted polyamine analogues demonstrate significant and selective antitumor effects.
- MIDI technology and digital synths have replaced creaky old unreliable analogue methods.
- He does a good job of glueing the whole together with big, churchy organ chords and squelchy analogue synths.
- Raban suggested that analogues might be novels set in an English country home in July 1939, or amidst some Anglo Saxons, somehow unaware of the Norman, in 1065!
- It is not easy to imagine a mechanical analogue of the brain that could faithfully reproduce the intertexture of all the types of thinking appropriate to all the situations that human beings confront, together with the nonlogical modes through which ideas are associated in the “stream of consciousness.” Dictionary of the History of Ideas