"позитрон" meaning in Bulgarian

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Noun

IPA: [poziˈtrɔn]
Etymology: Scientific term from English positron coined in 20th century. Morphologically formed as позити́вен (pozitíven, “positive”) + -он (-on). The suffix reflects the ending of Ancient Greek ἰόν (ión, “going, coming”) (whence Bulgarian йон (jon, “ion”)). Etymology templates: {{bor|bg|en|positron}} English positron, {{affix|bg|позити́вен|-он|t1=positive}} позити́вен (pozitíven, “positive”) + -он (-on), {{der|bg|grc|ἰόν||going, coming}} Ancient Greek ἰόν (ión, “going, coming”), {{cog|bg|йон||ion}} Bulgarian йон (jon, “ion”) Head templates: {{bg-noun|позитро́н|m|adj=позитро́нен}} позитро́н (pozitrón) m (related adjective позитро́нен) Inflection templates: {{bg-ndecl|позитро́н<(v)>}} Forms: позитро́н [canonical, masculine], pozitrón [romanization], позитро́нен [adjective], [table-tags], позитро́н [indefinite, singular], позитро́ни [indefinite, plural], позитро́нът [definite, singular, subjective], позитро́ните [definite, plural, subjective], позитро́на [definite, objective, singular], позитро́ните [definite, objective, plural], - [count-form, singular], позитро́на [count-form, plural], позитро́не [singular, vocative], позитро́ни [plural, vocative]
  1. (particle physics) positron (first-generation leptonic particle of positive charge; anti-doublet of electrons) Tags: particle Categories (topical): Particle physics, Subatomic particles
    Sense id: позитрон-bg-noun-24LbuZuH Topics: natural-sciences, physical-sciences, physics

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