# parabolic definition

• Of or comparable to a parable.
• Of or having the as a type of a parabola or paraboloid.
• Of, or pertaining to, or perhaps in the form of a parabola or paraboloid
• Of or related to a parable
• of this nature of a parable; expressed by a parable or figure; allegorical.
• obtaining the form or nature of a parabola; pertaining to, or resembling, a parabola.
• Having a form like that produced by the transformation of a parabola, or by a line that progresses a parabola as a directing curve.
• getting the as a type of a parabola
• resembling or expressed by parables
• noun:
• A parabolic purpose, equation an such like
• A parabola or paraboloid.
• others:
• Of or with respect to a parable; regarding the nature of a parable.
• Of or related to parabole; of the nature of parabole.
• obtaining the form or outline of a. parabola; of, regarding, or resembling a parabola.
• Having just one point at infinity, or elsewhere determined in personality because of the coalescence of two volumes.
• y = a + bx + cx + dx + ex + an such like.
• A space when the sum of the three angles of each and every triangle is equal to two correct angles: so called as the two points at infinity on every straight line this kind of room match; in addition, every point in every jet in such a place is a place of no curvature, and is therefore a parabolic point.
• A parabola so nearing a curve that their particular length aside becomes and continues to be significantly less than a length, though never ever zero.

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