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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Perfect in quality or nature; complete.
- adjective: Not mixed; pure. See Synonyms at
- adjective: Not limited by restrictions or exceptions; unconditional: absolute trust.
- adjective: Unqualified in extent or degree; total: absolute silence. See Usage Note at
- adjective: Unconstrained by constitutional or other provisions: an absolute ruler.
- adjective: Not to be doubted or questioned; positive: absolute proof.
- adjective: Grammar Of, relating to, or being a word, phrase, or construction that is isolated syntactically from the rest of a sentence, as the referee having finally arrived in The referee having finally arrived, the game began.
- adjective: Grammar Of, relating to, or being a transitive verb when its object is implied but not stated. For example, inspires in We have a teacher who inspires is an absolute verb.
- adjective: Grammar Of, relating to, or being an adjective or pronoun that stands alone when the noun it modifies is being implied but not stated. For example, in Theirs were the best, theirs is an absolute pronoun and best is an absolute adjective.
- adjective: Physics Relating to measurements or units of measurement derived from fundamental units of length, mass, and time.
- adjective: Physics Relating to absolute temperature.
- adjective: Law Complete and unconditional; final.
- noun: Something that is absolute.
- noun: Philosophy Something regarded as the ultimate basis of all thought and being. Used with the.
- noun: Philosophy Something regarded as independent of and unrelated to anything else.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- Philosophy cannot positively represent the absolute because ˜conscious™ thinking operates from the position where the ˜absolute identity™ of the subjective and the objective has always already been lost in the emergence of consciousness.
- From absolute ideas Plato ascends to an _absolute Being_, the author of all finite existence.
- From absolute truths to an _absolute Reason_, the foundation and essence of all truth.
- V. i.54 (121,7) [as shy, as grave, as just, as absolute] _As shy_; as reserved, as abstracted: _as just_; as nice, as exact: _as absolute_; as complete in all the round of duty.
- Although the term "absolute return" has been applied to so many different style funds that it has lost a lot of its meaning, Putnam's funds, which carry no guarantees, have all met their benchmarks so far.
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