# permutation definition

• noun:
• a whole modification; a transformation.
• The act of modifying confirmed collection of items in friends.
• Mathematics A rearrangement of components of a set.
• A one-to-one mapping from a finite set-to itself.
• An ordering of a finite group of distinct elements.
• A transformation of a group's prime form, by making use of one or more of particular operations, specifically, transposition, inversion, and retrograde.
• The act of permuting; change of this thing for the next; shared transference; interchange.
• The arrangement of any determinate quantity of things, as units, items, letters, etc., throughout possible instructions, one after the other; -- labeled as also alternation. Cf. Blend, n., 4.
• anybody of these possible arrangements.
• Barter; exchange.
• Interchange; concurrent changes; mutual change; change in general.
• Exchange; barter.
• In math, a linear arrangement of items caused by an alteration of their purchase.
• In philology, the mutation or interchange of consonants, specially of allied consonants.
• the act of altering the arrangement of confirmed number of elements
• work of altering the lineal purchase of items in friends
• a meeting by which a very important factor is substituted for the next
• complete improvement in personality or condition

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• Definition for "permutation"
• a whole modification; a transformation.
• Sentence for "permutation"
• The only factual effect of the…
• Synonym for "permutation"
• interchange
• Rhyme for "permutation"
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• Hypernym for "permutation"
• operation
• Cross Reference for "permutation"
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• Same Context for "permutation"
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