Synsets for "absolute"
Synset: absolute.n.01
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: something that is conceived or that exists independently and not in relation to other things; something that does not depend on anything else and is beyond human control; something that is not relative
Examples: no mortal being can influence the absolute
Lemmas: absolute
Hypernym: abstraction
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Synset: absolute.a.01
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE
Definition: perfect or complete or pure
Examples: absolute loyalty | absolute silence | absolute truth | absolute alcohol
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Antonyms: relative
Synset: absolute.s.02
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers
Examples: absolute freedom | an absolute dimwit | a downright lie | out-and-out mayhem | an out-and-out lie | a rank outsider | many right-down vices | got the job through sheer persistence | sheer stupidity
Lemmas: absolute downright out-and-out rank right-down sheer
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Synset: absolute.s.03
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: not limited by law
Examples: an absolute monarch
Lemmas: absolute
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Synset: absolute.s.04
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: expressing finality with no implication of possible change
Examples: an absolute guarantee to respect the nation's authority
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Synset: absolute.s.05
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: not capable of being violated or infringed
Examples: infrangible human rights
Lemmas: absolute infrangible inviolable
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Absolute angular momentum | In meteorology, absolute angular momentum refers to the angular momentum in an 'absolute' coordinate system (absolute time and space). |
Absolute Evil | "Absolute Evil – Final Exit" is the first part of the trilogy that will continue with "Absolute Evil – Life After Death" and "Absolute Evil – Back from the Dead". |
Frank Buchman | 3. Compare the thoughts against the highest moral standards of absolute honesty, absolute purity, absolute unselfishness and absolute love. |
Absolute pitch | People may have absolute pitch along with the ability of relative pitch, and relative and absolute pitch work together in actual musical listening and practice, but strategies in using each skill vary. Those with absolute pitch may train their relative pitch, but there are no reported cases of an adult obtaining absolute pitch ability through musical training; adults who possess relative pitch but do not already have absolute pitch can learn "pseudo-absolute pitch" and become able to identify notes in a way that superficially resembles absolute pitch. Moreover, training pseudo-absolute pitch requires considerable motivation, time, and effort, and learning is not retained without constant practice and reinforcement. |
Absolute magnitude | The more luminous an object, the smaller the numerical value of its absolute magnitude. A difference of 5 magnitudes between the absolute magnitudes of two objects corresponds to a ratio of 100 in their luminosities, and a difference of n magnitudes in absolute magnitude corresponds to a luminosity ratio of 100. For example, a star of absolute magnitude M=3 would be 100 times more luminous than a star of absolute magnitude M=8 as measured in the V filter band. The Sun has absolute magnitude M=+4.83. Highly luminous objects can have negative absolute magnitudes: for example, the Milky Way galaxy has an absolute B magnitude of about −20.8. |
Absolute World | Absolute World is a Residential condominiums twin tower skyscraper complex in the five tower Absolute City Centre development in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The project was built by Fernbrook Homes and Cityzen Development Group. With the first three towers completed (Absolute City Centre 1 & 2 and Absolute Vision), the last two towers (Absolute World 4 & 5) were topped off at 50 and 56 storeys. |
Absolute value | Absolute value is used to define the absolute difference, the standard metric on the real numbers. |
Absolute democracy | Absolute democracy is similar to direct democracy, but absolute democracies are more radical. |
Average absolute deviation | In order for the absolute deviation to be an unbiased estimator, the expected value (average) of all the sample absolute deviations must equal the population absolute deviation. However, it does not. For the population 1,2,3 both the population absolute deviation about the median and the population absolute deviation about the mean are 2/3. The average of all the sample absolute deviations about the mean of size 3 that can be drawn from the population is 44/81, while the average of all the sample absolute deviations about the median is 4/9. Therefore the absolute deviation is a biased estimator. |
Absolute Radio 00s | Absolute Radio 00s, or Absolute Radio Noughties, is a spin-off service from Absolute Radio. In the same format as Absolute Radio 80s and Absolute Radio 90s, the station is a rolling music service which airs music from the period 2000-present, focusing chiefly on rock, alternative, 'credible' pop and hip-hop/urban crossover music. |
Average absolute deviation | The mean absolute deviation (MAD), also referred to as the "mean deviation" or sometimes "average absolute deviation", is the mean of the data's absolute deviations around the data's mean: the average (absolute) distance from the mean. "Average absolute deviation" can refer to either this usage, or to the general form with respect to a specified central point (see above). |
Modes of convergence (annotated index) | - Uniform absolute-convergence formula_1 both local uniform absolute-convergence and compact (uniform) absolute-convergence. |
Absolute Radio 80s | Absolute 80s launched at 7.00pm on 4 December 2009 replacing Absolute Xtreme. |
Absolute value (algebra) | If | "x" | and | "x" | are two absolute values on the same integral domain "D", then the two absolute values are "equivalent" if | "x" | < 1 if and only if | "x" | < 1. If two nontrivial absolute values are equivalent, then for some exponent "e", we have | "x" | = | "x" |. Raising an absolute value to a power less than 1 results in another absolute value, but raising to a power greater than 1 does not necessarily result in an absolute value. (For instance, squaring the usual absolute value on the real numbers yields a function which is not an absolute value because it would violate the rule |"x" + "y"| ≤ |"x"| + |"y"|.) Absolute values up to equivalence, or in other words, an equivalence class of absolute values, is called a place. |
Absolute monarchy | In the 17th century, French legal theorist Jean Domat defended the concept of absolute monarchy in works such as ""On Social Order and Absolute Monarchy"", citing absolute monarchy as preserving natural order as God intended. |
Absolute value | The complex absolute value shares all the properties of the real absolute value given in equations (2)–(11) above. |
P-adic number | Ostrowski's theorem states that each absolute value on is equivalent either to the Euclidean absolute value, the trivial absolute value, or to one of the -adic absolute values for some prime . Each absolute value (or metric) leads to a different completion of . (With the trivial absolute value, is already complete.) |
Absolute Infinite | The Absolute Infinite is mathematician Georg Cantor's concept of an "infinity" that transcends the transfinite numbers. Cantor linked the Absolute Infinite with God. He held that the Absolute Infinite had various mathematical properties, including the reflection principle which says that every property of the Absolute Infinite is also held by some smaller object. |
Absolute Radio 60s | On 23 April 2013, the "Radio Today" website reported that Absolute Radio had removed Absolute Radio 60s and Absolute Classic Rock from several DAB platforms in England and Wales, but the stations continued to broadcast in London and online. |
Average absolute deviation | The mean absolute deviation of a sample is a biased estimator of the mean absolute deviation of the population. |