- an occluded front.
- the formation of an occuded front.
Origin of occlusion
OTHER WORDS FROM occlusionoc·clu·sal [uh-kloo-suhl, -zuhl], /əˈklu səl, -zəl/, adjectivenon·oc·clu·sion, nounpre·oc·clu·sion, noun
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How to use occlusion in a sentence
Each shot also makes clear that Rockstar is employing many higher-res textures, higher shadow resolutions, improved ambient occlusion, increased model geometry, and an entirely new staging of both pre-baked and dynamic lighting.Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy on Nov. 11: Cartoonier, flashier, and Game Pass-ier|Sam Machkovech|October 22, 2021|Ars Technica
There’s enhanced lighting thanks to ambient occlusion, and there are massively upgraded textures, especially on the aliens.I’ve already played the trilogy. Should I buy ‘Mass Effect Legendary Edition’?|Jhaan Elker|May 14, 2021|Washington Post
An occlusion occurs when cold air overtakes warm air near the center of a low-pressure system, pinching a region of warm air above the earth’s surface.
If the occlusion be not normal, the upper jaw and alveolar process will develop laterally as well as anteriorly.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
Volvulus, vol′vū-lus; n. occlusion of the intestine through twisting.
It is claimed to cure chronic auto-infection and the spasmodic occlusion of the lower bowel!Intestinal Ills|Alcinous Burton Jamison
The occlusion of the vein as well as the artery is not found to increase the risk of gangrene.
Gangrene, which may follow occlusion of main vessels, or virulent infective processes.