disjunct

disjunct
Synonyms and related words:
aimless, alien, alienated, amorphous, apart, capricious, casual, desultory, detached, disarticulated, disconnected, discontinuous, discrete, disengaged, disjoined, disjoint, disjointed, dislocated, disordered, dispersed, disproportionate, disrelated, dissociated, disunited, divided, divorced, erratic, estranged, exotic, extraneous, fitful, foreign, formless, frivolous, gratuitous, haphazard, hit-or-miss, immethodical, inchoate, incoherent, incommensurable, incomparable, independent, indiscriminate, insular, irregular, irrelative, isolated, meaningless, misshapen, nonsymmetrical, nonsystematic, nonuniform, orderless, other, outlandish, planless, promiscuous, random, removed, scattered, segregate, segregated, senseless, separate, separated, sequestered, shapeless, shut off, spasmodic, sporadic, straggling, straggly, strange, systemless, unaffiliated, unallied, unarranged, unassociated, unclassified, unconnected, undirected, ungraded, unjoined, unmethodical, unordered, unorganized, unrelatable, unrelated, unsorted, unsymmetrical, unsystematic, ununiform, vague, wandering

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  • disjunct — DISJÚNCT, Ă, disjuncţi, te, adj. (Rar) Disjunctiv. ♢ (mat.) Mulţimi disjuncte = mulţimi care nu au nici un element comun. – Din lat. disjunctus. cf. fr. d i s j o i n t . Trimis de LauraGellner, 20.11.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  DISJÚNCT adj. v.… …   Dicționar Român

  • Disjunct — Dis*junct (d[i^]s*j[u^][ng]kt ), a. [L. disjunctus, p. p. of disjungere to disjoin. See {Disjoin}, and cf. {Disjoint}.] 1. Disjoined; separated. [R.] [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) Having the head, thorax, and abdomen separated by a deep… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disjunct — index anomalous, apart, bipartite, broken (interrupted), desultory, disconnected, discrete, disordered …   Law dictionary

  • disjunct — [dis juŋkt′, dis′juŋkt΄] adj. [L disjunctus, pp. of disjungere: see DISJOIN] 1. disjoined; separated 2. Music having to do with progression by intervals greater than a second 3. Zool. having the body sharply divided by deep furrows, as in the… …   English World dictionary

  • Disjunct — The term disjunct can refer to: disjunct (linguistics) disjunct or quincunx in astrology, an aspect made when two planets are 150 degrees, or five signs apart a disjunct distribution in biology, one in which two closely related taxa are widely… …   Wikipedia

  • disjunct — adjective 1. progressing melodically by intervals larger than a major second • Ant: ↑conjunct • Topics: ↑music 2. having deep constrictions separating head, thorax, and abdomen, as in insects • Similar to: ↑divided …   Useful english dictionary

  • disjunct — [ dɪsdʒʌŋ(k)t] noun 1》 Logic each of the terms of a disjunctive proposition. 2》 Grammar another term for sentence adverb. adjective disjoined and distinct from one another. Origin ME: from L. disjunct , disjungere disjoin, separate …   English new terms dictionary

  • Disjunct matrix — Disjunct and separable matrices play a pivotal role in the mathematical area of non adaptive group testing. This area investigates efficient designs and procedures to identify needles in haystacks by conducting the tests on groups of items… …   Wikipedia

  • Disjunct tetrachords — Disjunct Dis*junct (d[i^]s*j[u^][ng]kt ), a. [L. disjunctus, p. p. of disjungere to disjoin. See {Disjoin}, and cf. {Disjoint}.] 1. Disjoined; separated. [R.] [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) Having the head, thorax, and abdomen separated by a deep… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Disjunct distribution — An example of disjunct distribution of Elona quimperiana. In biology, a taxon with a disjunct distribution is one that has two or more groups that are related but widely separated from each other geographically. The causes are varied and might… …   Wikipedia

  • Disjunct (linguistics) — In linguistics, a disjunct is a type of adverbial adjunct that expresses information that is not considered essential to the sentence it appears in, but which is considered to be the speaker s or writer s attitude towards, or descriptive… …   Wikipedia

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