Meaning of DIFFERENTIAL in English

DIFFERENTIAL

I. noun

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differential calculus

differential gear

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■ NOUN

pay

Furthermore, I don't think the pay differentials in Grades 4 and above properly reflect the job's responsibilities.

At issue is a vast pay differential .

Under the Conservatives, then, pay differentials have widened.

She has pledged to reduce pay differentials to single figures within five years by making pay more transparent through annual surveys.

In this case pay differentials and inequality in society would be unaltered.

price

Another major problem can arise in house price differentials .

There has always been a price differential between private label products and national brands such as Del Monte or Kellogg.

The concept of a loss leader is often applied to internal price differentials .

rate

There will exist no inflation rate differentials which could justify exchange rate changes, if they were available.

If the interest rate differential increases, the spread between the forward exchange rate and the spot exchange rate increases. 4.

Important qualitative considerations include: Interest rate differentials .

Exchange rate changes have been at times suggested as a justifiable response to productivity growth rate differentials .

Reducing a mortgage is also worth considering, although there is unlikely to be a large interest rate differential .

The basic principle is therefore: forward exchange rates are determined by interest rate differentials in the Eurocurrency market.

wage

There are a number of other factors which influence wage differentials: l Different jobs have different non-monetary advantages and disadvantages.

Employees needed to know the wage differential and how that impacted unit labor costs.

Wages as such and therefore wage differentials do not exist in many kibbutzim.

For such workers, the wage differential precisely measures their willingness to pay for safety.

The result is a complex structure of wage rates, characterised by a system of wage differentials .

Estimates based on wage differentials are also reported in a study by Robert 5.

Campbell earned a doctorate from the University of Chicago, where his dissertation dealt with wage differentials between men and women.

The data on occupational hazards and wage differentials , used by Thaler and Rosen, suffer from several problems: 1.

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The wage differential between managers and workers is huge.

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Another major problem can arise in house price differentials.

At issue is a vast pay differential .

Employees needed to know the wage differential and how that impacted unit labor costs.

For such workers, the wage differential precisely measures their willingness to pay for safety.

However, between grade categories there were striking differentials in income and other measures of socioeconomic status.

In this case pay differentials and inequality in society would be unaltered.

Incomes policies eroded differentials, and trade union action was limited by long-term contracts.

II. adjective

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■ NOUN

diagnosis

The differential diagnosis includes both primary psychiatric illness and a wide range of organic acute brain syndromes, including substance abuse.

The differential diagnosis of the condition should include hyperuricemia occurring secondary to renal failure of another cause.

Sarcoidosis with intestinal involvement is the main differential diagnosis in our patient.

Where Ancylostoma is also endemic, differential diagnosis may require larval culture although the treatment is similar.

The usual differential diagnosis lies between non-specific urethritis and gonorrhoea.

equation

These are second order differential equations for the four metric functions.

Some of the math is quite sophisticated, using differential equations , linear algebra, and covariance matrices.

Typically, such a plant's behaviour can be described by a differential equation which depends on coefficients.

The mathematical models of the glycolytic pathway take the form of ordinary nonlinear differential equations .

Goffman's curves fitted very well to those derived by differential equations validated in epidemiology.

In fact, the information-processing mechanisms are designed for implementing the systems of differential equations associated with neural networks.

These are usually formulated in terms of differential equations . 2.

I progressed happily through differential equations and linear algebra to upper-level engineering courses on time-series analysis and computer programming.

impact

This differential impact has worsened with the rapid rise in unemployment.

rate

At some point, Brinley had apparently even flirted with a differential rate .

Taylor called it the differential rate .

treatment

There was no justifiable reason for differential treatment of the part-time employees concerning the increase in salary and reduction in work hours.

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Differential pay will be given to teachers who oversee student club meetings.

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In fact, the information-processing mechanisms are designed for implementing the systems of differential equations associated with neural networks.

In order to achieve all this, Newton had to develop many mathematical techniques-in addition to differential calculus.

Recombinant cDNA were analyzed by differential screening.

Saussure's starting point is, as we have seen, that signs in language are arbitrary and differential .

Taylor called it the differential rate.

They conclude that differential rewards are functional for society, that they contribute to the maintenance and well-being of social systems.

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