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continuous definition

  • adjective:
    • Uninterrupted eventually, sequence, material, or extent. See Synonyms at regular.
    • Attached together in repeated products: a continuing kind provided into a printer.
    • Mathematics Of or concerning a line or bend that runs without a rest or irregularity.
    • Without break, cessation, or interruption; without intervening time.
    • Without intervening area; continued; protracted; extended.
    • Not deviating or varying from uniformity; maybe not interrupted; not accompanied or articulated.
    • in a way that, for virtually any inside domain, per tiny available interval about , there's an interval containing whose image is in .
    • so that each available set-in the product range has an open preimage.
    • articulating an ongoing action or state.
    • Without break, cessation, or interruption; without intervening room or time; continuous; unbroken; continual; unceasing; constant; continued; protracted; extended.
    • maybe not deviating or different from uninformity; perhaps not interrupted; maybe not joined or articulated.
    • continuing in time or area without interruption
    • of a function or curve; expanding without break or irregularity
  • others:
    • Characterized by continuity; perhaps not suffering from disconnection of parts or disruption of series; having uninterrupted level, substance, or existence; unbroken.
    • Unintermitted, or continuously restored; frequent.
    • In botany, not deviating from uniformity: the opposite of interrupted. Therefore, a stem which has no bones is considered continuous.
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