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English-Bulgarian polytechnical dictionary . 2013.

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  • absolute — ► ADJECTIVE 1) not qualified or diminished in any way; total. 2) having unlimited power: an absolute ruler. 3) not relative or comparative: absolute moral principles. 4) Grammar (of a construction) syntactically independent of the rest of the… …   English terms dictionary

  • Absolute value — For the philosophical term, see Value (ethics). For the Akrobatik album, see Absolute Value (album). In mathematics, the absolute value (or modulus) |a| of a real number a is the numerical value of a without regard to its sign. So, for example,… …   Wikipedia

  • Absolute zero — For other uses, see Absolute Zero (disambiguation). Absolute zero is the theoretical temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value. The laws of thermodynamics state that absolute zero cannot be reached using only thermodynamic means. A… …   Wikipedia

  • absolute — adj. & n. adj. 1 complete, utter, perfect (an absolute fool; absolute bliss). 2 unconditional, unlimited (absolute authority). 3 despotic; ruling arbitrarily or with unrestricted power (an absolute monarch). 4 (of a standard or other concept)… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Absolute Return — The return that an asset achieves over a certain period of time. This measure looks at the appreciation or depreciation (expressed as a percentage) that an asset usually a stock or a mutual fund achieves over a given period of time. Absolute… …   Investment dictionary

  • absolute — [14] Absolute, absolution, and absolve all come ultimately from the same source: Latin absolvere ‘set free’, a compound verb made up from the prefix ab ‘away’ and the verb solvere ‘loose’ (from which English gets solve and several other… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • absolute — [ absəlu:t] adjective 1》 not qualified or diminished; total.     ↘not subject to any limitation of power: an absolute ruler. 2》 not relative or comparative: absolute moral standards. 3》 Grammar (of a construction) syntactically independent of the …   English new terms dictionary

  • absolute — [14] Absolute, absolution, and absolve all come ultimately from the same source: Latin absolvere ‘set free’, a compound verb made up from the prefix ab ‘away’ and the verb solvere ‘loose’ (from which English gets solve and several other… …   Word origins

  • Motion graphs and derivatives — The green line shows the slope of the velocity time graph at the particular point where the two lines touch. Its slope is the acceleration at that point. In mechanics, the derivative of the position vs. time graph of an object is equal to the… …   Wikipedia

  • utter — Ⅰ. utter [1] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ complete; absolute. DERIVATIVES utterly adverb. ORIGIN Old English, «outer». Ⅱ. utter [2] ► VERB …   English terms dictionary

  • utterable — Ⅰ. utter [1] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ complete; absolute. DERIVATIVES utterly adverb. ORIGIN Old English, «outer». Ⅱ. utter [2] ► VERB …   English terms dictionary

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