Synonyms

1. thermodynamics

noun. the branch of physics concerned with the conversion of different forms of energy.

Synonyms

  • thermodynamics of equilibrium
  • thermostatics
  • physics

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2. out-of-bounds

adjective. outside the foul lines.

Antonyms

  • free

3. law-breaking

noun. (criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act.

Synonyms

  • perpetration
  • infraction
  • regulatory offence
  • statutory offence
  • statutory offense
  • committal
  • commission
  • barratry
  • transgression
  • attack
  • criminal offense
  • vice crime
  • high treason
  • offense
  • highjack
  • lese majesty
  • infringement
  • capital offense
  • violation
  • war crime
  • attempt
  • forgery
  • misdemeanor
  • hijack
  • felony
  • thuggery
  • crime
  • cybercrime
  • regulatory offense
  • victimless crime
  • fraud
  • Had crime
  • Tazir crime
  • criminal offence
  • offence
  • mayhem
  • treason
  • misdemeanour

Antonyms

  • praise
  • refrain
  • end
  • finish

4. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] the collection of rules imposed by authority.

Synonyms

  • aggregation
  • commercial law
  • tax law
  • precedent
  • ecclesiastical law
  • sharia
  • civil law
  • law of the land
  • collection
  • mercantile law
  • law of nations
  • statutory law
  • securities law
  • martial law
  • international law
  • shariah law
  • accumulation
  • canon law
  • administrative law
  • jurisprudence
  • law merchant
  • military law
  • Mosaic law
  • sharia law
  • assemblage
  • common law
  • shariah
  • Islamic law
  • case law

Antonyms

  • international law
  • push
  • repel
  • abduct

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity.

Synonyms

  • organic law
  • prohibition
  • RICO
  • poor law
  • gag law
  • homestead law
  • public law
  • anti-drug law
  • fundamental law
  • Riot Act
  • antitrust law
  • constitution
  • instrument
  • statute of limitations
  • blue law
  • jurisprudence
  • Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act
  • legal document
  • official document
  • RICO Act
  • anti-racketeering law
  • legal instrument
  • antitrust legislation

Antonyms

  • disassembly
  • civilian
  • pull
  • attract

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society.

Synonyms

  • principle
  • conception
  • concept
  • divine law
  • natural law
  • construct

Antonyms

  • pleasure principle
  • reality principle
  • yang
  • yin

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature.

Synonyms

  • Archimedes' principle
  • Avogadro's hypothesis
  • distribution law
  • equilibrium law
  • law of averages
  • concept
  • law of large numbers
  • Mendel's law
  • Planck's radiation law
  • Avogadro's law
  • Benford's law
  • exclusion principle
  • Pauli exclusion principle
  • principle of relativity
  • periodic law
  • law of nature
  • law of partial pressures
  • power law
  • law of reciprocal proportions
  • law of effect
  • Mariotte's law
  • Kirchhoff's laws
  • law of thermodynamics
  • law of diminishing returns
  • Stevens' law
  • Henry's law
  • law of gravitation
  • Ohm's law
  • Planck's law
  • law of multiple proportions
  • Dalton's law of partial pressures
  • law of chemical equilibrium
  • Hubble law
  • Newton's law of motion
  • law of motion
  • law of mass action
  • theory
  • Boyle's law
  • all-or-none law
  • Weber's law
  • Fechner's law
  • law of constant proportion
  • Dalton's law
  • Mendeleev's law
  • law of definite proportions
  • Kepler's law
  • law of Archimedes
  • Coulomb's Law
  • Weber-Fechner law
  • Kepler's law of planetary motion
  • Charles's law
  • principle
  • law of equivalent proportions
  • Bernoulli's law
  • Bose-Einstein statistics
  • conception
  • Pascal's law of fluid pressures
  • Hooke's law
  • Newton's law of gravitation
  • Pascal's law
  • Gay-Lussac's law
  • Stevens' power law
  • construct
  • Fermi-Dirac statistics
  • Newton's law
  • rule
  • Hubble's law

Antonyms

  • uncreativeness
  • ending
  • level
  • fauna

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do.

Synonyms

  • contract law
  • matrimonial law
  • patent law
  • corporation law
  • jurisprudence
  • legal philosophy

Antonyms

  • defense
  • prosecution
  • succeeding
  • decrease

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] the learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system.

Synonyms

  • learned profession

Antonyms

  • atomism
  • unbelief

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. law

noun. ['ˈlɔ, ˈlɑː'] the force of policemen and officers.

Synonyms

  • police officer
  • secret police
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • constabulary
  • Europol
  • force
  • gendarmery
  • SS
  • RCMP
  • posse
  • Mutawa
  • police
  • Mutawa'een
  • posse comitatus
  • personnel
  • police force
  • gendarmerie
  • New Scotland Yard
  • Scotland Yard
  • Schutzstaffel
  • European Law Enforcement Organisation
  • Mounties
  • officer
  • policeman

Antonyms

  • repulsion
  • attraction
  • centrifugal force
  • adduct

Etymology

  • hlaw (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • lawe (Middle English (1100-1500))

Sentences with law-of-thermodynamics


1. Noun Phrase
Understanding what different thermodynamic processes are and how you use the first law of thermodynamics with each one is crucial when you start to consider heat engines and Carnot cycles.

2. Noun Phrase
Because this law was considered more fundamental than the others, calling it the fourth law of thermodynamics didn't seem appropriate, so it was made the zeroth law to show that it supersedes all the others.

3. Noun Phrase
Without your apparent defiance of the second law of thermodynamics, you would die.

4. Noun Phrase
This allows you to make a simplification in the first law of thermodynamics, because if the volume is constant, the system can’t do work on the environment.

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