Nucular vs. Nuclear

Nucular vs. Nuclear — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Nucular and Nuclear

Nucularadjective

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Nuclearadjective

(Biology) Of, relating to, or forming a nucleus of a cell

a nuclear membrane.

Nucularadjective

(botany) Nut-shaped; of or relating to a nucule — a section of a compound (usually hard) fruit.

Nuclearadjective

Of or relating to atomic nuclei

a nuclear chain reaction.

Nuclearadjective

Using or derived from the energy of atomic nuclei

nuclear power.

Nuclearadjective

Of, using, or possessing atomic or hydrogen bombs

nuclear war.nuclear nations.
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Nuclearadjective

Drastic or extreme; radical

"The Senate majority leader ... had vowed to invoke what some have called the nuclear option to do away with judicial filibusters" (Carl Hulse).

Nuclearadjective

(biology) Pertaining to the nucleus of a cell.

Nuclearadjective

Pertaining to a centre around which something is developed or organised; central, pivotal.

Nuclearadjective

Pertaining to the atomic nucleus.

Nuclearadjective

Involving energy released by nuclear reactions (fission, fusion, radioactive decay).

a nuclear reactornuclear technology

Nuclearadjective

Of a weapon: deriving its force from rapid release of energy through nuclear reactions.

a nuclear explosion
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Nuclearadjective

Involving the destruction of something.

Nuclearnoun

nuclear power

Nuclearadjective

(weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy;

nuclear warnuclear weaponsatomic bombs

Nuclearadjective

of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom;

nuclear physicsnuclear fissionnuclear forces

Nuclearadjective

of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of a cell;

nuclear membranenuclear division

Nuclearadjective

constituting or like a nucleus;

annexation of the suburban fringe by the nuclear metropolisthe nuclear core of the congregation