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  • n. vectitation

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  • n. Vectitation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of carrying, or the state of being carried; vectitation; “a carrying or portage,”


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Latin vectio, from vehere, vectum, to carry.


  • The result is a sense of motion into an image, known as vection, even though the a user is simply focusing on an increasingly narrow portion of it.


  • You got to remember, it's rain now, but then later on we're going to have some cold air vection (ph) that's going to come in behind that.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2007

  • Top of the line Viking and Miele professional appliances - gas range with gas oven, tri-vection oven, steam oven and warming drawer - custom in-laid cherry cabinetry and granite counter tops make this kitchen a chef's dream.

    The Shad Plank


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