(weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy
"nuclear war"; "nuclear weapons"; "atomic bombs"
of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom
"nuclear physics"; "nuclear fission"; "nuclear forces"
of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of a cell
"nuclear membrane"; "nuclear division"
constituting or like a nucleus
"annexation of the suburban fringe by the nuclear metropolis"; "the nuclear core of the congregation"
of, pertaining to, or using nuclear weapons; a nuclear exchange, i.e. a reciprocal bombardment by nuclear weapons..
Of, pertaining to, or powered by atomic energy; same as nuclear-powered; as, a nuclear submarine; a nuclear power plant.
Of or pertaining to nations possessing nuclear weapons; as, the nuclear club.
Pertaining to the nucleus of a cell.
Pertaining to a centre around which something is developed or organised; central, pivotal.
Pertaining to the atomic nucleus.
Involving atomic energy.
a nuclear reactor
Of a weapon: deriving its force from rapid release of atomic energy.
a nuclear explosion
of or pertaining to a nucleus; as, the nuclear spindle (see Illust. of Karyokinesis) or the nuclear fibrils of a cell; the nuclear part of a comet, etc
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Rank popularity for the word 'nuclear' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2976
Rank popularity for the word 'nuclear' in Adjectives Frequency: #151
The numerical value of nuclear in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of nuclear in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Iran today provided the IAEA with its explanation in writing and related documents as agreed in the road-map for the clarification of past and present outstanding issues regarding Iran's nuclear programme.
The reason that the Saudis didn’t tell us about what they were doing in Yemen is because they are opposing Iran and they can see us handing the region over to Iran in the nuclear negotiations.
This is a direct challenge to the international community and a grave violation, having seen the brutality of North Korea from Kim Jong Nam, I'd say the consequences of the Kim Jong Un regime having nuclear weapons will be horrible.
If they can deploy an operational submarine that could launch ballistic missiles armed with nuclear warheads, it would give them a pretty credible second strike capability, and it's difficult to defend against, it would give them the kind of deterrent that they have said they wish to have.
Hyten said.Mattis then put Hyten in charge of the NC3 program and ordered a report on how the changes will be implemented. The secretary is expected to approve the changes within the month.This will not change the highly classified launch procedures but rather focus on ensuring the security and readiness of the connectivity of the system.This also comes as the President Donald Trump administration continues overhauling basic military plans for the conduct of nuclear war.For decades, the military plan for nuclear war has been known as the Single Integrated Operational Plan -- focusing entirely on a nuclear campaign. STRATCOM is continuing the effort begun by the Obama administration to provide military plans that combine nuclear and conventional options, in order to be able to de-escalate a crisis, according to defense officials familiar with the effort. The move to include conventional options as part of planning for nuclear war took on additional importance as tensions rose with North Korea, and the Pentagon leadership was looking for a wide range of military options to offer President Donald Trump, officials say.Hyten noted that in February, Joseph Dunford and members of the Joint Staff rode on the National Airborne Operations Center in an exercise. That E-4 aircraft is used in a crisis essentially as an airborne command post. After the plane landed.
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- nuclearCatalan, Valencian
- Kern, nuklearGerman
- ydin, ydinvoima, ydinaseFinnish
- niùclasachScottish Gaelic
- atóm-, kjarna-, kjarnorku-, frumeinda-, atómsprengju-Icelandic
- kjerne-, atom-, kjærne-, atomkraft, kjernekraft-, nukleær, kjernekraftNorwegian
- atomic, nuclearRomanian
- kärn-, nukleär, kärnenergi-, kärnkraft-, kärnvapen-Swedish
- ระเบิดปรมาณู, ปรมาณูThai
- Nguyên tửVietnamese
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