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1. composite

noun. ['kəmˈpɑːzət, kɑːmˈpɑːzət'] a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts.

Synonyms

  • hybrid
  • whole
  • complex

Antonyms

  • purebred
  • natural object
  • artifact
  • incomplete

Etymology

  • composite (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • compositus (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Composite Number

  • unencumber
  • outnumber
  • mccumber
  • macumber
  • encumber
  • slumber
  • lumber
  • humber
  • cumber

2. composite

adjective. ['kəmˈpɑːzət, kɑːmˈpɑːzət'] consisting of separate interconnected parts.

Antonyms

  • mitigated

Etymology

  • composite (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • compositus (Latin)

3. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals.

Synonyms

  • numerosity
  • bulk
  • fewness
  • amount
  • innumerableness
  • numerousness
  • countlessness
  • figure
  • majority
  • roundness
  • preponderance
  • prevalence
  • minority

Antonyms

  • minority
  • unlawful
  • dishonesty
  • disagree

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] a concept of quantity involving zero and units.

Synonyms

  • arity
  • compound number
  • third power
  • linage
  • minuend
  • quartic
  • oxidation state
  • Fibonacci number
  • square
  • cardinal
  • co-ordinate
  • multiplicand
  • cube
  • remainder
  • lineage
  • decimal
  • augend
  • coordinate
  • ordinal
  • subtrahend
  • count
  • constant
  • baryon number
  • fixed-point number
  • no.
  • score
  • complex quantity
  • multiplier factor
  • cardinal number
  • multiplier
  • quotient
  • integer
  • ordinal number
  • difference
  • fourth power
  • root
  • oxidation number
  • folio
  • definite quantity
  • base
  • imaginary
  • page number
  • paging
  • prime
  • floating-point number
  • composite number
  • biquadrate
  • prime quantity
  • complex number
  • second power
  • pagination
  • cardinality
  • atomic number
  • addend
  • factor
  • radix
  • biquadratic
  • divisor
  • quota
  • imaginary number
  • natural number
  • whole number
  • dividend

Antonyms

  • discontinuous
  • fall back
  • dissuade
  • deficit

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. number

verb. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] add up in number or quantity.

Synonyms

  • be
  • average
  • average out
  • make
  • amount
  • work out
  • total
  • outnumber
  • come

Antonyms

  • aliquot
  • aliquant
  • innumerate
  • uneducated

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] the number is used in calling a particular telephone.

Synonyms

  • sign
  • signal
  • telephone number
  • signaling

Antonyms

  • ordinal
  • unimportant
  • buy
  • crossbred

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program.

Synonyms

  • routine
  • bit
  • act
  • show-stopper
  • turn
  • stopper
  • performance
  • public presentation

Antonyms

  • exclude
  • inconstancy
  • unstable
  • changeable

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] one of a series published periodically.

Synonyms

  • serial publication
  • issue
  • periodical
  • serial
  • series

Antonyms

  • qualitative
  • disarrange
  • unequal
  • cardinal

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. number

verb. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] give numbers to.

Synonyms

  • designate
  • page
  • paginate
  • denominate

Antonyms

  • real
  • inferior
  • empty
  • last

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

10. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] a symbol used to represent a number.

Synonyms

  • Hindu numeral
  • antilog
  • symbol
  • antilogarithm
  • Hindu-Arabic numeral
  • numeral
  • Roman numeral

Antonyms

  • Arabic numeral
  • mistrust
  • distrust
  • Lady

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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