corollary definition

  • noun:
    • A proposition that follows with little or no proof needed from one currently proven.
    • A deduction or an inference.
    • a normal effect or impact; an effect.
    • Something offered beyond understanding actually due; some thing included or superfluous.
    • something occurs a fortiori, as a consequence of another work without significant extra effort.
    • A proposition which follows quickly from proof another idea.
    • whatever is given beyond something really due, as a garland of flowers besides earnings; surplus; some thing included or superfluous.
    • Something which follows from demonstration of a proposition; another inference or deduction from a demonstrated proposition; an effect.
    • In mathematics, a proposition incidentally proved in appearing another; a sudden or quickly drawn effect; therefore, any inference likewise drawn.
    • A surplus; something in excess.
    • Synonyms Conclusion, etc. See inference.
    • a practical consequence that follows normally
    • (logic) an inference that uses right through the evidence of another idea
    • A proposition that uses with little to no or no evidence required from one currently proven.
    • A deduction or an inference.
    • A natural consequence or result; an outcome.
    • some thing given beyond something really because of; something added or superfluous.
    • something does occur a fortiori, because of another work without considerable extra energy.
    • A proposition which follows easily from the proof another proposition.
    • what is provided beyond something really because of, as a garland of flowers besides earnings; surplus; something included or superfluous.
    • something that follows from the demonstration of a proposition; another inference or deduction from a demonstrated idea; a result.
    • In math, a proposition incidentally proved in showing another; a sudden or easily drawn outcome; thus, any inference likewise attracted.
    • A surplus; one thing excessively.
    • Synonyms Conclusion, etc. See inference.
    • a practical effect that uses normally
    • (logic) an inference that uses straight from the evidence of another proposition
  • adjective:
    • Consequent; resultant.
    • Consequent; resultant.
  • others:
    • just like corollar and corollate.
    • just like corollar and corollate.

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