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agravité n.
weightlessness
[Med.]

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adj.
agravic
[Med.]
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See also:

agraire, agrafe, avarié, agrafer

"agravité": examples and translations in context
Avec quarantaine prolongée, le médecin arrive, sans effort, à accoupler la gravité avec agravité, à accoupler chaleur avec des frissons et dessèchement avec hydropisie. With long-term quarantine and by little effort the physician manages to beget gravity with gravitylessness, heat with chills, and drying out with dropsy.
Pas étonnant donc que l'apesanteur, ou agravitation, ou microgravité, apparaisse assez régulièrement dans les nouvelles ces derniers temps. Little wonder, then, that weightlessness, or microgravity, is in the news these days.
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