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Definition of similar
SimilarSimilar Sim"i*lar, a. [F. similaire, fr. L. similis like,
similar. See Same, a., and cf. Simulate.]
1. Exactly corresponding; resembling in all respects;
2. Nearly corresponding; resembling in many respects;
somewhat like; having a general likeness.
3. Homogenous; uniform. [R.] --Boyle.
Similar figures (Geom.), figures which differ from each
other only in magnitude, being made up of the same number
of like parts similarly situated.
Similar rectilineal figures, such as have their several
angles respectively equal, each to each, and their sides
about the equal angles proportional.
Similar solids, such as are contained by the same number of
similar planes, similarly situated, and having like
inclination to one another.
Similar Sim"i*lar, n.
That which is similar to, or resembles, something else, as in
quality, form, etc.
Meaning of similar from wikipedia
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in insect-pollinated species generally
to one another because plants provide rewards
- the opposite
of homologous organs
are analogous organs which
jobs in two taxa that were not present
in the last common
to that proposed
by august weismann
, who distinguished between
(heredity) and somatic cells
- two geometrical objects
are called similar
if they both have the same shape
, or one has the same shape
as the mirror image
of the other.
- or simply
analog, is a compound having
a structure similar
to that of another
one, but differing
from it in respect
of a certain
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- in linear algebra
, two n-by- n matrices
a and b are called similar
if:\! b p^-1 a p. for some invertible
n-by- n matrix
- similitude suggests
that the component fatigue
life of the two objects
will also be similar. an example: consider
a submarine modeled
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