Associations to the word «Arrow»
Pictures for the word «Arrow»
ARROW, noun. A projectile consisting of a shaft, a point and a tail with stabilizing fins that is shot from a bow.
ARROW, noun. A sign or symbol used to indicate a direction (e.g. \(\to\)).
ARROW, noun. (graph theory) A directed edge.
ARROW, noun. (colloquial) (darts) A dart.
ARROW, verb. To move swiftly and directly (like an arrow)
ARROW, verb. To let fly swiftly and directly
ARROW ARUM, noun. The plant Peltandra virginica, which has an edible root.
ARROW KEY, noun. Any of the four buttons of keyboards which each are marked with identical symbols that point in four different directions.
ARROW KEYS, noun. Plural of arrow key
ARROW OF TIME, noun. (physics) A term used to distinguish a direction of time within a four-dimensional relativistic view of the cosmos.
ARROW OF TIME, noun. (philosophy) The subjective feeling of movement from past to future.
ARROW OF TIME, noun. Entropy.
ARROW PRAYER, noun. (religion) A very short prayer suitable for uttering at any time.
ARROW PRAYERS, noun. Plural of arrow prayer
ARROW SWITCH, noun. (bridge) The action of changing the North direction during an event, typically for the last round of a Mitchell movement, so that the pairs who were North-South become East-West and vice versa. This allows a single winning pair to be determined.
ARROW SWITCHES, noun. Plural of arrow switch
ARROW WORM, noun. A predatory marine worm of the phylum Chaetognatha.
ARROW WORMS, noun. Plural of arrow worm
ARROW, noun. A mark to indicate a direction or relation.
ARROW, noun. A projectile with a straight thin shaft and an arrowhead on one end and stabilizing vanes on the other; intended to be shot from a bow.
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