Part of speech:
The smallest in size, amount, importance, etc.
The amount of protons in the nucleus of an atom determines its atomic number.
A group of two or more atoms linked together by sharing electrons in a chemical bond. Molecules are the fundamental components of chemical compounds and are the smallest part of a compound that can participate in a chemical reaction.
A very small or the smallest possible amount, trace, or degree:
A tiny spot, speck, or mark, esp. one made with or as with a pointed object
A trifling amount; the smallest bit
A very small quantity; jot
The definition of a point is a sharp end or part of an argument.
(Figuratively) A small amount of something, such as an idea, that has the potential to become something greater, just as a spark can start a fire.
The definition of a shadow is a reflection of something produced by light hitting the object or someone who follows another person around.
The least bit; an iota:
A small, dry, one-seeded fruit of a cereal grass, having the fruit and the seed walls united:
A measurement of time. Hebrew culture broke the hour into 1080 scruples.
An arm of the sea
A small spot, mark, or discoloration.
Greatest in amount, extent, or degree:
Of, relating to, or making up a maximum:
Of great significance; momentous:
(Analysis) The lower limit of a sequence of real numbers is the real number which can be found as follows: remove the first term of the sequence in order to obtain the "first subsequence." Then remove the first term of the first subsequence in order to obtain the "second subsequence." Repeat the removal of first terms in order to obtain a "third subsequence," "fourth subsequence," etc. Find the infimum of each of these subsequences, then find the supremum of all of these infimums. This supremum is the lower limit.
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