context

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  • Info ConTEXT is a text editor for Microsoft Windows.
  • In this context, the word wife means woman rather than married woman.
  • The average power is often simply called "power" when the context makes it clear.
  • Ideas are to meet the function and context of space, forms and construction.
  • It has been used in several contexts throughout the history of Indian music.
  • His continuing field research led him to think of culture as a local context for human action.
  • Often it is only clear from context which one is meant.
  • They are usually used within the context of a computer programming language.
  • However, neither of these sets indicate the form each character should take in context.
  • In addition, players may create a set of characters for use in different contexts.
  • These terms are also in certain contexts used in the English-speaking world.
  • In that context the husband and wife are compared to Christ and his church.
  • They capture small-scale behavior in the context of the real number system.
  • Since then the term has been widely used in other contexts.
  • Second, it was found that sometimes sound changes occurred in contexts that were later lost.
  • In the context of model theory, however, this proof is somewhat more difficult.
  • I'm not quite sure in what context I might have made such a statement.
  • Many new practical issues arose out of the international context of business.
  • Oxford is not known to have been mentioned again in this context.
  • The name has long appeared as a term used in historical contexts in a variety of sources.
  • The term is mostly used in historical contexts and not in daily speech.
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Synonyms of context

Meaning of context

  • noun Discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation
  • noun The set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event
    the historical context