Amplification definition

ămplə-fĭ-kāshən
A statement, etc. with something added.
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An amplifying or being amplified.
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The act or result of amplifying, enlarging, or extending.
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(physics) The act, or result of independently increasing some quantity, especially voltage, power or current.
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Matter, details, etc. added to amplify a statement, report, etc.
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(genetics) The process by which extra copies of a gene or a DNA sequence are formed.
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An addition to or expansion of a statement or idea.
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A statement with such an addition.
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The process of increasing the magnitude of a variable quantity, especially the magnitude of voltage, power, or current, without altering any other quality.
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The result of such a process.
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(genetics) The process by which extra copies of a gene or a DNA sequence are formed.
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The process of increasing the magnitude of a variable quantity, especially the magnitude of voltage, power, or current, without altering any other quality.
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The result of such a process.
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The act, or result of amplifying, enlarging, extending or adding to.
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(electronics) Gain.
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(genetics) Using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for isolating and exponentially amplifying a fragment or sequence of DNA.
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(organic chemistry) A procedure used in the nomenclature of complex organic compounds in which the superatoms of a basic structure (a phane) are replaced by cyclic structures (amplificants)
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The act or result of amplifying, enlarging, or extending.
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An increase in the magnitude or strength of an electric current, a force, or another physical quantity, such as a radio signal.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
amplification
Plural:
amplifications

Origin of amplification

  • From Latin amplificatio, from amplificare (“to amplify”); see amplify.

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