Associations to the word «Exotic»

Wiktionary

EXOTIC, adjective. Foreign, especially in an exciting way.
EXOTIC, adjective. Non-native to the ecosystem.
EXOTIC, adjective. (finance) Being or relating to an option with features that make it more complex than commonly traded options.
EXOTIC, noun. (biology) An organism that is exotic to an environment.
EXOTIC, noun. An exotic dancer; a stripteaser.
EXOTIC, noun. (physics) Any exotic particle.
EXOTIC ATOM, noun. (physics) (chemistry) the equivalent of an atom in which either the nucleus, or an electron, is replaced by some other subatomic particle
EXOTIC BARYON, noun. (particle) A bound state of 3 quarks and additional particles. These additional particles can be quarks.
EXOTIC CHEROOT, noun. (UK) (euphemistic) Cannabis, a joint of cannabis.
EXOTIC CHEROOT, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see exotic,‎ cheroot.
EXOTIC CHEROOTS, noun. Plural of exotic cheroot
EXOTIC DANCER, noun. (euphemistic) A stripper.
EXOTIC DANCER, noun. (euphemistic) A pole dancer.
EXOTIC DANCER, noun. (euphemistic) A belly dancer.
EXOTIC DANCERS, noun. Plural of exotic dancer
EXOTIC HADRON, noun. (physics) Any hadron not permitted by the quark model but allowed by the more general theory of quantum chromodynamics, including hybrid mesons, gluonia, pentaquarks, etc.
EXOTIC MESON, noun. (physics) A meson existing outside of the quark model, such as a hybrid meson or a glueball.
EXOTIC SHORTHAIR, noun. A domestic cat breed.
EXOTIC SHORTHAIRS, noun. Plural of Exotic Shorthair
EXOTIC SPHERE, noun. A manifold (of any dimension) homeomorphic to a sphere but not diffeomorphic to the standard sphere.
EXOTIC SPHERES, noun. Plural of exotic sphere

Dictionary definition

EXOTIC, adjective. Being or from or characteristic of another place or part of the world; "alien customs"; "exotic plants in a greenhouse"; "exotic cuisine".
EXOTIC, adjective. Strikingly strange or unusual; "an exotic hair style"; "protons, neutrons, electrons and all their exotic variants"; "the exotic landscape of a dead planet".

Wise words

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