discontinuous definition

  • adjective:
    • Marked by pauses or interruptions; intermittent: discontinuous applause.
    • comprising distinct or unconnected elements, for instance the actual attributes of a landscape.
    • becoming without sequential purchase or coherent type.
    • Mathematics Possessing more than one discontinuities, as a function.
    • having pauses or disruptions; periodic
    • Marked by pauses or interruptions; intermittent: discontinuous applause.
    • comprising distinct or unconnected elements, such as the actual attributes of a landscape.
    • becoming without sequential purchase or coherent kind.
    • Mathematics Possessing more than one discontinuities, as a function.
    • having breaks or disruptions; intermittent
    • having one discontinuity
    • Not constant; interrupted; broken off.
    • displaying a dissolution of continuity; gaping.
    • of a function or curve; having several discontinuities
    • maybe not continuing without disruption eventually or area
    • having one discontinuity
    • Not continuous; interrupted; damaged off.
    • Exhibiting a dissolution of continuity; gaping.
    • of a function or curve; possessing more than one discontinuities
    • not continuing without disruption in time or room
    • Marked by breaks or interruptions; intermittent: discontinuous applause.
    • Consisting of distinct or unconnected elements, like the actual options that come with a landscape.
    • becoming without sequential order or coherent type.
    • Mathematics Possessing more than one discontinuities, as a function.
    • having breaks or disruptions; periodic
    • having one discontinuity
    • maybe not continuous; interrupted; broken off.
    • displaying a dissolution of continuity; gaping.
    • of a function or curve; having one or more discontinuities
    • maybe not continuing without disruption over time or area
  • others:
    • Broken down; interrupted; lacking continuity.
    • busting continuity; severing the relation of components; disjunctive.
    • In math start to see the plant.
    • cracked down; interrupted; lacking continuity.
    • Breaking continuity; severing the relation of parts; disjunctive.
    • In math begin to see the herb.
    • cracked off; interrupted; lacking continuity.
    • Breaking continuity; severing the connection of components; disjunctive.
    • In mathematics See the plant.

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