|able to be defined, explainable||definable|
|(Computers) implementation, utilization; program that performs a defined task (like word processors, electronic spreadsheets, graphics programs, etc.)||app (application program)|
|(Physics) theory of relativity as developed by Albert Einstein, theory that time and space are relative concepts and that motion must be defined in relation to a point of reference, dependence on contextually variable factor, equivalence of mass and en...||relativity|
|A term of reference describing a unit of trading for a financial or commodity future. Also, the actual bilateral agreement between the buyer and seller of a transaction as defined by an exchange.||Contract|
|able to be explained, responsible, answerable, obligated to give an account; explainable||accountable|
|abstract, with clearly defined outlines||hard-edge|
|accompanied by phlegm, available, fire missile, flexible, free, let go, release; make loose; untie, unfasten; shoot (arrow, gun, etc.), free; released; untied; disconnected; slack; weak; not tight; unrestrained; wanton; careless; imprecise; not defined...||loose|
|act of providing evidence to support a claim, act of supporting with an example; act of producing a more specifically defined object by replacing some variables with values (Computer Programming)||instantiation|
|adding value to life, significant, full of meaning; of value, special; able to be defined (Logic), with meaning||meaningful|
|align or classify somebody or something, area of effective operation, area where organism is normally found, arrange things in line, category defined by limits, deal with a number of things, determine the range of a target; extend, stretch; vary, fluct...||range|
|architectural ornamentation, brief elegant characterization of a scene or a person (in written, musical, or dramatic form); picture that fades at the edges without a defined border; decorative illustration in various places in a book (e.g. beginning or...||vignette|
|awkward and ungainly, measured by angles, pointed; having angles; bony; stiff, sharply defined, thin||angular|
|broad bean, edible green pod, head, hit on head, hit on the head, leguminous plant; small edible seed of the bean plant; beanlike seeds (i.e. coffee beans); small application program intended to perform a defined task (in the Java Internet programming ...||bean|
|capable of being clarified, can be elucidated, explainable||explicable|
|capable of being melted or dissolved in a solvent; able to be solved, explainable, designed to dissolve, dissolving in liquid, soluble element, element which is capable of being dissolved in a solvent, solvable||soluble|
|cause to take form or shape, cause to form into crystals; take form or shape, form into crystals, coat with sugar crystals, crystalize, form crystals, make or become well defined||crystallize|
|defined by tide level, dependent on tide, fluctuating, of the tides, of the rising and falling of sea level, of tides||tidal|
|defined, having form or structure, organized, arranged||structured|
|demonstrated through the use of evidence, supported with an example; specifically defined object through the replacement of some variables with values (Computer Programming)||instantiated|
|determined ahead of time, defined in advance||predefined|
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