anticoincidence

/ (ˌæntɪkəʊˈɪnsɪdəns) /

noun

(modifier) of or relating to an electronic circuit that produces an output pulse if one but not both of its input terminals receives a pulse within a specified interval of timeCompare coincidence (def. 3)

Nearby words

  1. anticlotting,
  2. anticly,
  3. anticoagulant,
  4. anticoagulants,
  5. anticodon,
  6. anticolonial,
  7. anticolonialism,
  8. anticommutative,
  9. anticomplement,
  10. anticonvulsant

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