## Table of Contents

### 1. mathematical

**adjective.** ['ˌmæθəˈmætɪkəl'] statistically possible though highly improbable.

#### Antonyms

- figurative

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### Rhymes with Mathematical Operation

- deinstitutionalization
- institutionalization
- self-congratulation
- antidiscrimination
- telecommunication
- nondiscrimination
- misrepresentation
- mischaracterization
- internationalization
- industrialization
- decriminalization
- transillumination
- self-determination
- renationalization
- recapitalization
- prestidigitation
- misinterpretation
- misidentification
- miscommunication
- experimentation
- excommunication
- disqualification
- discontinuation
- denationalization
- decentralization
- transplantation
- singularization
- self-perpetuation
- securitization
- reinterpretation

### Sentences with mathematical-operation

1. **Noun Phrase**

Children need to make real world connections in order to strengthen their understanding of **mathematical operation**s.

2. **Noun Phrase**

You can convert from cm water to mm Hg using a basic **mathematical operation**.

### 2. mathematical

**adjective.** ['ˌmæθəˈmætɪkəl'] relating to or having ability to think in or work with numbers.

#### Antonyms

- inaccurate

### 3. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] a planned activity involving many people performing various actions.

#### Synonyms

- undercover operation
- rescue operation

#### Antonyms

- middle
- end
- misconception

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 4. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] the state of being in effect or being operative.

#### Synonyms

- action
- idle
- commission
- running
- activeness

#### Antonyms

- inactiveness
- inaction
- palatable
- pleasant

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 5. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] a business especially one run on a large scale.

#### Synonyms

- commercial activity

#### Antonyms

- refrain
- discontinuance

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 6. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] activity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign).

#### Synonyms

- military mission
- maneuver
- activity
- offensive
- attack
- covert operation
- peacekeeping operation
- peacekeeping
- naval campaign
- amphibious operation
- reenforcement
- offense
- combined operation
- psyop
- simulated military operation
- onslaught
- reinforcement
- military campaign
- campaign
- information gathering
- military operation
- psychological operation
- offence
- onset
- manoeuvre
- onrush
- peacekeeping mission
- mission

#### Antonyms

- disprove
- disapprove
- disagree
- take

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 7. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction).

#### Synonyms

- auxiliary operation
- simultaneous operation
- multiplex operation
- parallel operation
- unary operation
- logical operation
- sorting
- logic operation
- off-line operation
- access
- memory access
- boolean operation
- dyadic operation
- serial operation
- fixed-cycle operation
- monadic operation
- binary arithmetic operation
- concurrent operation
- printing operation
- binary operation
- asynchronous operation
- lookup
- synchronous operation
- control function
- sequential operation
- control operation
- search
- computer operation
- threshold operation
- sort
- data processing
- machine operation

#### Antonyms

- asynchronous operation
- synchronous operation
- parallel operation
- peristalsis

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 8. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body.

#### Synonyms

- electrosurgery
- UPPP
- brain surgery
- intestinal bypass
- photocoagulation
- sterilization
- surgery
- trephination
- Shirodkar's operation
- exenteration
- eye operation
- minor surgery
- myotomy
- taxis
- transplantation
- enterostomy
- decortication
- cryosurgery
- castration
- gastroenterostomy
- arthroscopy
- surgical incision
- enterotomy
- sterilisation
- cutting out
- hysterotomy
- rhizotomy
- tracheotomy
- wrong-site surgery
- cauterization
- vivisection
- dilation and curettage
- dilatation and curettage
- strabotomy
- D and C
- suturing
- gastrectomy
- purse-string operation
- catheterisation
- debridement
- catheterization
- gastrostomy
- evisceration
- jejunostomy
- rhinotomy
- major surgery
- fenestration
- tracheostomy
- curettement
- myringotomy
- reconstructive surgery
- microsurgery
- phlebectomy
- organ transplant
- neurosurgery
- sex-change operation
- transplant
- resection
- ablation
- amputation
- tympanoplasty
- eye surgery
- cautery
- surgical operation
- palatopharyngoplasty
- incision
- myringoplasty
- section
- haemostasis
- polypectomy
- arthroplasty
- uranoplasty
- excision
- hemostasis
- myringectomy
- vasovasostomy
- haemorrhoidectomy
- craniotomy
- PPP
- implantation
- osteotomy
- surgical process
- enucleation
- chemosurgery
- extirpation
- cauterisation
- ostomy
- angioplasty
- uvulopalatopharyngoplasty
- heart surgery
- orchiopexy
- medical procedure
- surgical procedure
- curettage
- haemostasia
- anaplasty
- hemorrhoidectomy
- transsexual surgery
- plastic surgery

#### Antonyms

- major surgery
- antitype
- dissimilarity
- forbid

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 9. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] a process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work.

#### Synonyms

- procedure

#### Antonyms

- log out
- type

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)

### 10. operation

**noun.** ['ˌɑːpɝˈeɪʃən'] (mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods.

#### Synonyms

- calculation
- computation
- involution
- combination
- exponentiation
- integration
- mathematical process
- matrix operation
- permutation
- arithmetic operation
- construction
- relaxation method
- computing
- relaxation
- maximization
- differentiation

#### Antonyms

- boycott
- disapproval
- invalidate
- negate

#### Etymology

- operatio (Latin)