# hyperbolic vs inflated what difference

## English

### Alternative forms

• hyperbolick (obsolete)

### Pronunciation

• (US) enPR: hīpərbŏl’ĭk, IPA(key): /ˌhaɪpɚˈbɑlɪk/
• Rhymes: -ɒlɪk

### Etymology 1

hyperbole +‎ -ic

hyperbolic (comparative more hyperbolic, superlative most hyperbolic)

1. Of or relating to hyperbole.
2. Using hyperbole: exaggerated.
• hyperbolical

### Etymology 2

hyperbola +‎ -ic

hyperbolic (not comparable)

1. Of or pertaining to a hyperbola.
• 1988, R. F. Leftwich, “Wide-Band Radiation Thermometers”, chapter 7 of, David P. DeWitt and Gene D. Nutter, editors, Theory and Practice of Radiation Thermometry, →ISBN, page 512 :
In this configuration the on-axis image is produced at the real hyperbolic focus (fs2) but off-axis performance suffers.
2. Indicates that the specified function is a hyperbolic function rather than a trigonometric function.
The hyperbolic cosine of zero is one.
3. (mathematics, of a metric space or a geometry) Having negative curvature or sectional curvature.
• 1998, Katsuhiko Matsuzaki and Masahiko Taniguchi, Hyperbolic Manifolds and Kleinian Groups, 2002 reprint, Oxford, →ISBN, page 8, proposition 0.10 :
There is a universal constant

$m_{0}>0$

m

0

>
0

{\displaystyle m_{0}>0}

such that every hyperbolic surface

$R$

R

{\displaystyle R}

has an embedded hyperbolic disk with radius greater than

$m_{0}$

m

0

{\displaystyle m_{0}}

.

4. (geometry, topology, of an automorphism) Whose domain has two (possibly ideal) fixed points joined by a line mapped to itself by translation.
• 2001, A. F. Beardon, “The Geometry of Riemann Surfaces”, in, E. Bujalance, A. F. Costa, and E. Martínez, editors, Topics on Riemann Surfaces and Fuchsian Groups, Cambridge, →ISBN, page 6 :
A hyperbolic isometry

$f$

f

{\displaystyle f}

has two (distinct) fixed points on

$\partial {\mathcal {H}}$

H

{\displaystyle \partial {\mathcal {H}}}

.

5. (topology) Of, pertaining to, or in a hyperbolic space (a space having negative curvature or sectional curvature).
• 2001, A. F. Beardon, “The Geometry of Riemann Surfaces”, in, E. Bujalance, A. F. Costa, and E. Martínez, editors, Topics on Riemann Surfaces and Fuchsian Groups, Cambridge, →ISBN, page 6 :
Exactly one hypercycle is a hyperbolic geodesic, and this is called the axis

$A_{f}$

A

f

{\displaystyle A_{f}}

of

$f$

f

{\displaystyle f}

.

## English

inflated (comparative more inflated, superlative most inflated)

1. Filled with air or fluid
The inflated balloons danced in the breeze.
2. Expanded; in a state of inflation, of abnormally increased size, amount, etc.
His inflated belly looked uncomfortable.
3. (economics): In a state of higher cost.
His inflated prices made the vendor unpopular.
4. (figuratively) Pompous; arrogant (of a person or ego)
5. (figuratively) Containing excessive, meaningless words, particularly for show
The inflated speech did not impress the audience.
6. Higher that the true figure
inflated incidence figures

#### Synonyms

(filled with air, or expanded):

• bloated
• bulging
• expanded
• filled
• swelled
• swollen
• tumid
• turgid

(containing excessive words):

• bloated
• bombastic
• pompous

• deflated

#### Derived terms

• hyperinflated
• overinflated
• underinflated

### Verb

inflated

1. simple past tense and past participle of inflate

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