Difference between revisions of "absolute"

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|etymology=Latin <i>absolutus</i>, finished, perfect, complete
 
|etymology=Latin <i>absolutus</i>, finished, perfect, complete
 
|definition=Any entity existing in and of itself free from impurities or imperfections.
 
|definition=Any entity existing in and of itself free from impurities or imperfections.
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Latest revision as of 00:36, 14 September 2013

absolute (adjective; Latin absolutus, finished, perfect, complete): Any entity existing in and of itself free from impurities or imperfections.