Derotation vs. Rotation

Derotation vs. Rotation — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Derotation and Rotation

Derotationnoun

A rotation in the opposite direction.

Rotationnoun

The act or process of turning around a center or an axis

the axial rotation of the earth.

Derotationnoun

(surgery) The correction of a rotational deformity.

Rotationnoun

A single complete cycle of such motion.

Rotationnoun

(Mathematics) A transformation of a coordinate system in which the new axes have a specified angular displacement from their original position while the origin remains fixed.

Rotationnoun

Regular and uniform variation in a sequence or series

a rotation of personnel.crop rotation.
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Rotationnoun

The sequence in which the starting pitchers on a team pitch in games.

Rotationnoun

The pitchers used in such a sequence

a team with an excellent rotation.

Rotationnoun

The act of turning around a centre or an axis.

The earth's rotation about its axis is responsible for its being slightly oblate rather than a sphere.

Rotationnoun

A single complete cycle around a centre or an axis.

Earth's moon completes a rotation every twenty-seven days or so.

Rotationnoun

A regular variation in a sequence, such as to even-out wear, or people taking turns in a task; a duty roster.

Applying crop rotation to a field avoids depleting soil nutrients the way repeated use of a single crop might do.In rotation, each member of the group would be responsible for the beacon fire.The medical resident finished a two-week rotation in pediatrics and began one in orthopaedics.

Rotationnoun

An operation on a metric space that is a continuous isometry and fixes at least one point.

The function mapping (x,y) to (−y,x) is a rotation.
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Rotationnoun

(baseball) The set of starting pitchers of a team.

Rotationnoun

(aviation) The step during takeoff when the pilot commands the vehicle to lift the nose wheel off the ground during the takeoff roll. (see also: V2)

Rotationnoun

Repeated play on a radio station, etc.

The new single enjoyed heavy rotation on MTV.

Rotationnoun

the act of rotating as if on an axis;

the rotation of the dancer kept time with the music

Rotationnoun

(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin

Rotationnoun

a single complete turn (axial or orbital);

the plane made three rotations before it crashedthe revolution of the earth about the sun takes one year

Rotationnoun

a planned recurrent sequence (of crops or personnel etc.);

crop rotation makes a balanced demand on the fertility of the soilthe manager had only four starting pitchers in his rotation