Connection by heredity, marriage, or adoption; family relationship.
An association; a relationship:
A union between persons that is recognized by custom or religious tradition as a marriage.
Mutual relationship or connection
An established communications or transportation link.
A uniting force or tie; a link:
A correlation or causal connection:
The agreement made for such an association
Relationship by marriage:
A connection or relation between things or ideas.
A configuration of mechanical parts or devices providing a link between a supply source and a user:
Connection or manner of being connected or related, as in thought, meaning, etc.
Reliance (on another) for support or aid
Close association; connection
The state or quality of being homogeneous.
(Linguistics) The process by which words or morphemes are re-formed or created on the model of existing grammatical patterns in a language, often leading to greater regularity in paradigms, as evidenced by helped replacing holp and holpen as the past tense and past participle of help on the model of verbs such as yelp, yelped, yelped.
(Math.) An equality between ratios; relationship between four quantities in which the quotient of the first divided by the second is equal to that of the third divided by the fourth (Ex.: 6 is to 2 as 9 is to 3)
(Physics) The fact, principle, or theory of the relative, rather than absolute, character of motion, velocity, mass, etc., and the interdependence of matter, time, and space: as developed and mathematically formulated by Albert Einstein and H. A. Lorentz in the special (or restricted) theory of relativityspecial theory of relativityrestricted theory of relativity and by Einstein in the general theory of relativity (an extension covering the phenomena of gravitation), the theory of relativity includes the statements that: 1) there is no observable absolute motion, only relative motion 2) the velocity of light is constant and not dependent on the motion of the source 3) no energy can be transmitted at a velocity greater than that of light 4) the mass of a body in motion is a function of the energy content and varies with the velocity 5) matter and energy are equivalent 6) time is relative 7) space and time are interdependent and form a four-dimensional continuum 8) the presence of matter results in a “warping” of the space-time continuum, so that a body in motion passing nearby will describe a curve, this being the effect known as gravitation, as evidenced by the deflection of light rays passing through a gravitational field
Difference is defined as the features that make one thing distinct from another or the condition of when a change is made.
Termination of an employment contact.
Absence of similarity; unlikeness; difference
A corresponding aspect or feature; equivalence:
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