define

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  • Each report is defined in the report section of the data division.
  • Education can also be defined as the process of becoming an educated person.
  • The state is defined as the union of men under law.
  • These units are defined to be independent and so cannot be described in terms of each other.
  • The literature on central bank independence has defined a number of types of independence.
  • The limited number of character points generally defines how powerful the character will be.
  • It became clear that a better-defined unit was needed.
  • She finds herself unable to be what defined her being.
  • The right to a fair trial has been defined in numerous regional and international human rights instruments.
  • Right and wrong are then defined as following or breaking those rules.
  • The left-wing tried to define him as one of their own.
  • The right-wing tried to define him as one of their own.
  • The area within the ring road now defines the town's central business district.
  • This sort of war has defined the field since World War II.
  • These have since been used by many others to define laws used in fact and fiction.
  • There are several ways of defining the real number system as an ordered field.
  • He wrote a number of books that now define much of contemporary democratic education philosophy.
  • All users are subject to the access policy defined by the institution.
  • The next line indicates that a function named main is being defined.
  • Much more work is needed here to define the extent of the potential problems.
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Meaning of define

  • verb Give a definition for the meaning of a word
    Define `sadness'
  • verb Determine the nature of
    What defines a good wine?
  • verb Show the form or outline of
    The tree was clearly defined by the light, The camera could define the smallest object