### inverse

- IPA[ˈɪnvəːs]

英式

- opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or effect；produced from or related to something else by a process of inversion
- something that is the opposite or reverse of something else；a reciprocal quantity, mathematical expression, geometric figure, etc. which is the result of inversion

#### noun:

**inverse**, plural noun:**inverses**

- 釋義
- 相關詞

### 形容詞

- 1. opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or effect numerous studies have shown an
**inverse**relationship between exercise and the risk of heart disease - ▪ produced from or related to something else by a process of inversion
**inverse**logarithms

### 名詞

- 1. something that is the opposite or reverse of something else power is the
**inverse**of dependence - 2. a reciprocal quantity, mathematical expression, geometric figure, etc. which is the result of inversion the age of such a universe is simply the
**inverse**of the Hubble constant - ▪ an element which, when combined with a given element in an operation, produces the identity element for that operation.

- a relation between two quantities such that one increases in proportion as the other decreases: the population of wild goats had been reduced in
**inverse**proportion to that of snakes

### Oxford American Dictionary

- a relation between two quantities such that one increases in proportion as the other decreases: the population of wild goats had been reduced in
**inverse**proportion to that of snakes

### Oxford Dictionary

- a law stating that the intensity of an effect such as illumination or gravitational force ...

### Oxford American Dictionary

- a law stating that the intensity of an effect such as illumination or gravitational force ...

### Oxford Dictionary

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- IPA[ˈinvərs]

美式

- opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or effect: the well-observed
**inverse**relationship between disability and social contact - something that is the opposite or reverse of something else: his approach is the
**inverse**of most research

### Oxford American Dictionary