## Definition for dx (2 of 3)

## DX

### or D.X.

### Radio.

distance (used especially to designate difficult shortwave reception).

## Definition for dx (3 of 3)

## D & X

### or D and X

dilation and extraction.

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## Examples from the Web for dx

The simplest possible case is, therefore, that in which ds is the square root of a quadratic function of the dx.

The writer considers as very doubtful the formula for Dx, which is the same as that for W1, already discussed.

Pressure, Resistance, and Stability of Earth|J. C. Meem"I felt an immediate overload of power in my DX circuit," the servo-pilot confessed.

The Love of Frank Nineteen|David Carpenter KnightAt last he impatiently remarked, "Does nobody know that dx ⁄ dt means velocity?"

Lord Kelvin|Andrew Gray

## British Dictionary definitions for dx

## DX

/ telegraphy telephony /

### symbol for

long distance

(of a radio station) indicating that it is far away

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