Definition of elastically in English:



See elastic

  • ‘In ‘better’ times, the workload of handling criminals was handed over to the police, whose powers would elastically expand to accommodate accelerating crime trends.’
  • ‘However, if the ball is pressed hard against the disk, then the plate deforms elastically, as shown by the characteristic horseshoe-shaped interference pattern.’
  • ‘Moreover, the elastically constrained displacements are significant on the scale of the network's internodal distance of ~ 60-80 nm.’
  • ‘Both plates are strong and can bend elastically with only minor fracturing.’
  • ‘The interface element is simulated as an elasto-plastic material that behaves elastically before the yield point and behaves plastically after the yield point.’