Definition of Partial eclipse

1. Noun. An eclipse in which the eclipsed body is only partially obscured.

Generic synonyms: Eclipse, Occultation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Partial Eclipse

partial charge
partial charges
partial cloverleaf interchange
partial correlation
partial cut
partial cystectomy
partial denture
partial denture impression
partial denture retention
partial dependencies
partial dependency
partial derivative
partial derivatives
partial differential equation
partial differential equations
partial eclipse (current term)
partial endocardial cushion defect
partial enterocele
partial epilepsy
partial face-sparing lipodystrophy
partial false friend
partial fraction
partial fractions
partial function
partial functions
partial heart block
partial hysterectomy
partial lipoatrophy
partial order

Literary usage of Partial eclipse

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1. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1892)
"THE partial eclipse OF THE MOON OF MAY u, 1892. BY A. STANLEY WILLIAMS, FRAS A cloudless sky enabled this eclipse to be observed with great satisfaction, ..."

2. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"A partial eclipse of the Sun on June xo, nut visible from the British hies. The eclipse is visible from Antarctica, Australia, and New- Zealand. 3. ..."

3. A Text-book of General Astronomy for Colleges and Scientific Schools by Charles Augustus Young (1916)
"Beginning as a very small partial eclipse, with the sun about 12° east of the node, it will be a little larger at its next occurrence eighteen years later ..."

4. The Museum of Science and Art by Dionysius Lardner (1856)
"Condition of partial eclipse—determination of its magnitude.—14. Internal contact.—15. Annular eclipse.—16. Total eclipse.—17. Greatest possible duration of ..."

5. Nature by Norman Lockyer, Nature Publishing Group (1875)
"The partial eclipse begins at oh. 5im. 6s. mean time at Bangkok, 134° from the north point towards the west, and 168° from the vertex eastward, ..."

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