Definition of Definite. Meaning of Definite. Synonyms of Definite

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Definition of Definite

Definite
Definite Def"i*nite, n. A thing defined or determined. [Obs.]

Meaning of Definite from wikipedia

- definiteness is a semantic feature of noun phrases, distinguishing between referents or senses that are identifiable in a given context (definite noun...
- glossing, articles are abbreviated as ART. A definite article is an article that marks a definite noun phrase. Definite articles such as English the are used...
- a symmetric matrix M {\displaystyle M} with real entries is positive-definite if the real number z T M z {\displaystyle z^{\textsf {T}}Mz} is positive...
- Positive-definite bilinear form Positive-definite function Positive-definite function on a group Positive-definite functional Positive-definite kernel Positive-definite...
- Definite Maybe may also refer to: "Definite Maybe", track on 1983 album State of Confusion by The Kinks "Definite Maybe", track on Jonathan ****erlund's...
- in particular: Negative-definite bilinear form Negative-definite quadratic form Negative-definite matrix Negative-definite function This article includes...
- fundamental theorem of calculus relates definite integrals with differentiation and provides a method to compute the definite integral of a function when its...
- Definiteness is a feature of noun phrases in grammatical theory. Definiteness may also refer to: Counterfactual definiteness, a concept in quantum mechanics...
- Catholic Church, a definitor (Latin for "one who defines") is a title with different specific uses. There are secular definitors, who have a limited...
- Imprisonment (from imprison Old French, French emprisonner, from en in + prison prison, from Latin prensio, arrest, from prehendere, prendere, to seize)...