- correctly limited or defined; definite: a determinate quantity; a determinate length.
- Conclusively decided; final.
- Firm in function; resolute.
- Botany Terminating in a flower and blooming in a sequence starting with the uppermost or main flower; cymose: a determinate inflorescence.
- Botany Not continuing indefinitely during the tip of an axis: determinate development.
- Of development: closing once a genetically predetermined construction has actually created.
- Having defined restrictions; maybe not uncertain or arbitrary; fixed; founded; definite.
- Conclusive; decisive; positive.
- Determined or remedied upon.
- Of determined purpose; resolute.
- not continuing to develop indefinitely during the apex
- specifically determined or restricted or defined; specifically fixed by rule or by a certain and constant cause
- providing or becoming a final or conclusive settlement
- A single state of a particular determinable characteristic.
- In Weismann's doctrine of determinants, any cellular which has distinctive hereditary qualities.
- to carry to an-end; to ascertain.
- To bring to an-end; to find out. See determine.
- to carry to a finish; terminate.
- Having defined restrictions; fixed; definite; demonstrably defined or definable; particular: since, a determinate volume of matter.
- Predetermined; satisfied; positive: as, a determinate rule or purchase.
- Decisive; conclusive.
- Determined upon; intended.
- Fixed in function; resolute; determined.
- Definition for "determinate"
- correctly limited or defined; definite: a determinate quantity;…
- View More
- Sentence for "determinate"
- The Cambridge logician W.E. Johnson introduced…
- View More
- Synonym for "determinate"
- Antonym for "determinate"
- Verb Forms for "determinate"
- Phrases for "determinate"
- Rhyme for "determinate"
- Cross Reference for "determinate"
- Equivalent for "determinate"
- Same Context for "determinate"
- Variant for "determinate"
- Urban Dictionary for "determinate"