Send a painful or damaging shock through (something, esp. a part of the body)
he jarred his knee in training
Strike against something with an unpleasant vibration or jolt
the stick jarred on the bottom of the pond
Have an unpleasant, annoying, or disturbing effect
a laugh that jarred on the ears
the difference in their background began to jar
Be incongruous in a striking or shocking way
the play's symbolism jarred with the realism of its setting
A physical shock or jolt
a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles
clash: be incompatible; be or come into conflict; "These colors clash"
jolt: move or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion
the quantity contained in a jar; "he drank a jar of beer"
jolt: a sudden jarring impact; "the door closed with a jolt"; "all the jars and jolts were smoothed out by the shock absorbers"
shock physically; "Georgia was shaken up in the Tech game"
A jar is a rigid, approximately cylindrical container with a wide mouth or opening. Jars are typically made of glass, ceramic, or plastic. They are used for foods, cosmetics, medications, and chemicals that are relatively thick or viscous. ...
In computing software, a JAR file (or Java ARchive) aggregates many files into one. Software developers generally use .jar files to distribute Java applications or libraries, in the form of classes and associated metadata and resources (text, images, etc.) JAR files build on the ZIP file format. ...
JAR is a tool for creating compressed file archives. It was invented by Robert K. Jung and was meant to be a successor to ARJ. It can achieve very good compression, but is not in wide use. JAR should not be confused with the . ...
Jar is a station both for the Oslo T-bane and Oslotrikken located in Bærum, just west of Lysakerelven which divides Oslo and Bærum. The track is shared, the tram line (Lilleaker Line) joins with the rapid transit line (Kolsås Line) on the Oslo side of the river.
A jar was an early unit of capacitance once used by the Royal Navy. The term relates to the capacitance of a Leyden jar.
(JARS) The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies is an academic journal devoted to the study of the philosophy of Ayn Rand. Established in 1999, its founding editor is New York University scholar Chris Sciabarra. At present, the other two editors are Stephen D. Cox and Roderick Long. ...
A small, approximately cylindrical container for food, normally made of glass or clay; Java archive; JAR: Tool to create compressed file archives; To knock or strike sharply; to shock or surprise; To be so different that it looks strange and doesn't fit in with the surroundings; to be incongruent
(Jars) A tool for producing a jarring impact in cable tool drilling, especially when the bit becomes stuck in the hole.
(jars) with a metal clip, popularly known as the Fido canning jars. The see-through glass walls of the jars make them a lovely option for storing colourful stuff. Learn more on how to use Fido canning jars . Fido canning jars are available in different sizes ...
Lack of smooth action in the bow after release.
To dream of empty jars, denotes impoverishment and distress. To see them full, you will be successful. If you buy jars, your success will be precarious and your burden will be heavy. To see broken jars, distressing sickness or deep disappointment awaits you.
The container for the cell contents.
A Java archive should be usable on any machine with Java.
Short for Java Archive, a file format used to bundle all components required by a Java applet. JAR files simplify the downloading of applets since all the components (.class files, images, sounds, etc.) can be packaged into a single file.
pint of beer. e.g.. "Fancy a few jars after work ?".
JAR (Java Archive) is a platform-independent file format that aggregates many files into one. Multiple applets written in the Java programming language, and their requisite components (. ...
Java archive tool, see Section 184.108.40.206.
Java Archive file, An archive (like a ZIP file) contraining Java class files and images. JAR files are used to package Java applications for deployment.
The hard rubber container holding the element and electrolyte.