kernel englannista suomeksi
The core engine of any complex software system.
A function used to define an transform.
A set of pairs of a mapping's domain which are mapped to the same value.
The human clitoris.
2014, Karyn Gerrard, Irene Preston, Lotchie Burton ''et al'', ''Summer Heat: 10 Spicy Romances That Sizzle''
- Using the blunt end of one of the vibraphone mallets, he pried open her folds. With the balled end of the other, he rhythmically rolled over her kernel.
The nucleus and electrons of an atom excluding its valence electrons.
1916, Gilbert N. Lewis, “The Atom and The Molecule,” ''Journal of the American Chemical Society'' 38(4) p 768.
- 1. In every atom is an essential kernel which remains unaltered in all ordinary chemical changes and which possesses an excess of positive charges corresponding in number to the ordinal number of the group in the periodic table to which the element belongs.
To enclose within a kernel