proximo (Lat.) = next

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  • PROX — is an acronym for PReferential OXidation, and refers to the preferential oxidation of a gas on a catalyst.The catalyser preferentially oxidises carbon monoxide (CO) using a heterogeneous catalyst placed upon a ceramic support. Catalysing agents… …   Wikipedia

  • PROX — ist ein Fachbegriff aus der Brennstoffzellentechnik. Das Akronym steht für preferential oxidation, das heißt eine bevorzugte Oxidation eines meist gasförmigen Stoffes an einem Katalysator. Beispiel Kohlenstoffmonoxid Die katalytische,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Prox — Prox, n. [Cf. {Proxy}.] The ticket or list of candidates at elections, presented to the people for their votes. [Rhode Island] Bartlett. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prox — is an abbreviation of Latin proximo (mense) meaning ‘of the following month’ and is still used occasionally in more formal commercial correspondence following a day (e.g. the 7th prox.) to denote a date in the month following …   Modern English usage

  • prox|y — «PROK see», noun, plural prox|ies, adjective. –n. 1. the action or agency of a deputy or substitute. In marriage by proxy, someone is substituted for the absent bride or bridegroom at the marriage service. 2. an agent; deputy; substitute, such as …   Useful english dictionary

  • prox — Abreviatura de proximal. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

  • prox. — prox. abbrev. proximo …   English World dictionary

  • prox|im|i|ty — «prok SIHM uh tee», noun. nearness; closeness: »She and her cat enjoy their proximity to the fire. Marriages in proximity of blood are amongst us forbidden (John Florio). ╂[< Latin proximitās < proximus nearest] …   Useful english dictionary

  • prox|i|mo — «PROK suh moh», adverb. in or of the coming month: »on the 1st proximo. ╂[short for Latin proximō mēnse during next month; ablative singular of proximus near, mēnsis month] …   Useful english dictionary

  • prox — ap·prox·i·mal; ap·prox·i·mate·ly; ap·prox·i·ma·tion; ap·prox·i·ma·tive; prox·e·nete; prox·e·nus; prox·i·mad; prox·i·mal·ly; prox·i·mate; prox·ime; prox·im·i·ty; prox·i·mo; na·prox·en; prox·e·mics; ap·prox·i·mate; prox; prox·i·mal;… …   English syllables

  • prox — adjective in or of the next month after the present scheduled for the 6th prox • Syn: ↑proximo • Similar to: ↑future …   Useful english dictionary

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