Latency is a word used to describe an issue or object that is in a latent state. This adjective, meanwhile, serves to describe the state of something that is hidden, is not in sight or, apparently, is not active. The idea of latency is present in the field of biology to name the time that passes after a stimulus is launched and the appearance of a response in front of it.
In Latin it is where we find the etymological origin of the term that now occupies us. Exactly faction derives from "factio", which can be translated as "part of a whole" and that the result of the sum of two lexical components: -The verb "facere", which is synonymous with "do". -The suffix "-cion", which is used to indicate "action and effect".
Juxtaposition is the action and effect of juxtaposing (putting something next or immediate to something else). The concept is formed by the Latin words iuxta ("next to") and positĭo ("position"). In the field of grammar, juxtaposition is a procedure to combine propositions and establish syntactic relationships between them.
The adjective hairless is used to qualify the one who lacks hair. The term is usually used for men who do not have a beard or who have little or no body hair. For example: "The English actor had to shave to give life to a new character and surprised with his hairless look at the awards gala," "The crime suspect was described by the witnesses as a thin, short and hairless young man. "," More and more men make the decision to shave to have a hairless chest. "
To discriminate is to screw up an action or an attitude to a person. When someone recriminates something to another subject, he throws in face what he did or said, in the manner of scolding or warning. For example: "Before all those present, the man began to recriminate his wife for his behavior", "The governor returned to recriminate the president his little predisposition to address the problems of the province", "I have nothing to recriminate the coach : He did what he considered right for the team. ”
Constant is that which consists (that is manifest or registered) or that has constancy (certainty, perseverance). Something constant is durable, repeated or persistent. For example: "The constant effort of the American led him to a new victory in the tournament", "My grandfather always tells me that to succeed in business it is essential to be constant and never give up in the face of adversity", "Students of La Plata is the most constant Argentine team in recent years. ”