Definition of Significantly. Meaning of Significantly. Synonyms of Significantly

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Definition of Significantly

Significantly
Significantly Sig*nif"i*cant*ly, adv. In a significant manner.

Meaning of Significantly from wikipedia

- significant other or significant others in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A significant other is a partner in an intimate relationship Significant Other...
- Significant figures (also known as the significant digits, precision or resolution) of a number in positional notation are digits in the number that are...
- Significant form refers to an aesthetic theory developed by English art critic Clive Bell which specified a set of criteria for what qualified as a work...
- Significant Mother is an American television sitcom created by Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith. Starring Josh Zuckerman, Nathaniel Buzolic and Krista...
- In sociology, a significant symbol is a gesture (usually a vocal gesture) that calls out in the individual making the gesture the same (i.e., functionally...
- The term significant other (SO) has different uses in psychology and in colloquial language. Colloquially, "significant other" is used as a gender-neutral...
- Significant Figures: The Lives and Work of Great Mathematicians is a 2017 nonfiction book by British mathematician Ian Stewart FRS CMath FIMA, published...
- Architecturally significant requirements are those requirements that have a measurable effect on a computer system’s architecture. This can comprise both...
- least significant bit (LSB) is the bit position in a binary integer representing the binary 1s place of the integer. Similarly, the most significant bit...
- People with Significant Control is a business and corporate term used in the United Kingdom to identify key people within a company. It was introduced...