absolute

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  • This does not mean that it is claimed that they are true in some absolute sense.
  • However, they still remained in opposition, because the Union won an absolute majority.
  • One almost absolute standard is the controlled access nature of the roads.
  • Some customs may not be true in all regions and they are never absolute.
  • The absolute value is closely related to the idea of distance.
  • The president argued that there is no party with absolute majority in Parliament.
  • The definition of absolute value given for real numbers above can be extended to any ordered ring.
  • The result is that the world is better off in an absolute sense and no one is worse off.
  • There is no absolute truth where facts exist outside a person's own belief system.
  • The absolute value of a number may be thought of as its distance from zero.
  • The base of scientific knowledge can be extended, while religion is more concrete and absolute.
  • The candidate who wins the most votes is elected president even without an absolute majority.
  • Rome was effectively under the absolute power of these three men.
  • Accordingly, no single, specific, human view can claim to represent absolute truth.
  • Each side must understand that there is no absolute justice in the world, nor absolute peace in the world.
  • In the part which merely concerns him, his independence is, of right, absolute.
  • There are also differences as to how absolute these moral rules are.
  • More generally the absolute value of the difference of two complex numbers is equal to the distance between those two complex numbers.
  • Consequently, no one view can claim to represent the absolute truth.
  • Many middle-class inhabitants of France at the time lived under long-time absolute monarchies.
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Meaning of absolute

  • noun 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
    no mortal being can influence the absolute
  • adjective Perfect or complete or pure
    absolute loyalty, absolute silence, absolute truth, absolute alcohol