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Adjective
/riˈzilyənt/,
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(of a substance or object) Able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed,
  1. (of a substance or object) Able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed

  2. (of a person or animal) Able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions
    • - the fish are resilient to most infections

  1. recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like
  2. bouncy: elastic; rebounds readily; "clean bouncy hair"; "a lively tennis ball"; "as resilient as seasoned hickory"; "springy turf"
  3. (resilience) the physical property of a material that can return to its original shape or position after deformation that does not exceed its elastic limit
  4. (resiliency) resilience: an occurrence of rebounding or springing back
  5. Resilience is the property of a material to absorb energy when it is deformed elastically and then, upon unloading to have this energy recovered. In other words, it is the maximum energy per unit volume that can be elastically stored. ...
  6. (Resilience (Annabelle Chvostek album)) Resilience is an album released in 2008 by Annabelle Chvostek. The album was recorded with producers Roma Baran (Laurie Anderson, Kate and Anna McGarrigle) and Vivian Stoll (Unknown Gender, Isis). It includes a co-write with Canadian legend Bruce Cockburn.
  7. (Resilience (ecology)) In ecology, resilience is one possible ecosystem response to a perturbation or disturbance. ...
  8. (Resilience (Kid606 album)) Resilience is an album of songs by Electronic music artist Kid 606. It was released on Tigerbeat6.
  9. (Resilience (movie)) Resilience is a movie that was released in 2006 and was written and directed by Paul Bojack. It starred Henry LeBlanc, Al Rossi, Julie Alexander, Steve Wilcox, and Amy Arce. It is classified as a Drama/Thriller and has a current (as of April 2010) IMDB rating of 8.6/10.
  10. (Resilience (network)) In computer networking: “Resilience is the ability to provide and maintain an acceptable level of service in the face of faults and challenges to normal operation.”
  11. Able to endure tribulation without cracking
  12. (Resilience) capability of returning to original size and shape after deformation.
  13. (RESILIENCE) The ratio of energy output to energy input in a rapid (or instantaneous) full recovery of a deformed specimen.
  14. (Resilience) the ability of paper to return to its original form after being stressed by bending, stretching, or compressing during the printing and finishing processes. see also bonding strength, dimensional stability, runnability, tensile, strength
  15. (Resilience) The adaptive capacity of an organisation in a complex and changing environment.
  16. (Resilience) An indicator of the surface elasticity or "springiness" of foam. It is measured by dropping a steel ball onto the foam cushion and measuring how high the ball rebounds.
  17. The resilience of elastomers subjected to and relieved of stress has been defined by the ASTM as the ratio of energy given up on recovery from deformation to the energy required to produce the deformation, expressed as a percent.
  18. (Resilience) the capacity of systems to absorb disturbance and reorganise while undergoing change retaining function, structure, identity and feedbacks. ...
  19. (Resilience) Ability of carpet pile or cushion to recover original appearance and thickness after being subjected to compressive forces or crushing under traffic.
  20. (Resilience) able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions (page 169)
  21. (Resilience) the ability of a population to bounce back after a perturbation
  22. (Resilience) The capacity of an ecosystem to tolerate a perturbation (.e.g., return quickly to its original state) without transition to a qualitatively different state controlled by a different set of processes.
  23. (Resilience) is a phenomenon that permits successful development in the face of significant challenge. (see Risk and Resilience)
  24. (Resilience) the ability to detect, prevent and respond to all kinds of emergency.
  25. (resilience) The ability of a community or ecosystem to recover from disturbances.