Repulsion

Definition

noun

(1) The act or process where bodies or objects repel each other

(2) The tendency of objects to resist each other

(3) The force between objects that drives them apart


Supplement

In genetics, repulsion may refer to the tendency in certain linked genetic characters to be inherited separately (in contrast to coupling).


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