Associations to the word «Ultra»
ULTRA, adjective. Extreme; far beyond the norm; fanatical; uncompromising.
ULTRA, noun. An ultraroyalist in France.
ULTRA, noun. An extremist.
ULTRA, noun. (usually capitalised) Code name used by British codebreakers during World War 2 for decrypted information gained from the enemy.
ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY, noun. (telecommunication) The frequency area from 300 MHz through 3 GHz, commonly used for TV broadcasting.
ULTRA LARGE CRUDE CARRIER, noun. (nautical) a type of supertanker, the largest class of crude carrier or oil tanker, having a capacity of 320,000–550,000 DWT
ULTRA LARGE SCALE INTEGRATION, noun. (electronics) An integration type for digital circuits that contain more than one million transistors providing hundreds of thousands of logic gates per chip.
ULTRA LIGHT RAIL, noun. A small single-railcar on-demand rail system with trunk-separated stations that does not operate on any fixed route but rather to stations where it has been requested, similar to an elevator.
ULTRA LOUNGE, noun. A nightclub that has a subdued atmosphere and facilities for social intercourse
ULTRA LOUNGES, noun. Plural of ultra lounge
ULTRA LOW FREQUENCY, noun. (electronics) Ultra Low Frequency, the band of radio waves between 300 hertz and 3000 hertz.
ULTRA, adjective. (used of opinions and actions) far beyond the norm; "extremist political views"; "radical opinions on education"; "an ultra conservative".
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