- To assume the presence of; postulate. See Synonyms at think.
- to place forward, for consideration or research; advise: "If a book is difficult going, it should be good. If it posits a complex moral situation, it must be better yet” ( Anthony Burgess).
- to position securely in position.
- To dispose or set firmly or fixedly; to put or dispose in relation to various other objects.
- To believe as genuine or conceded.
- a thing that is posited; a postulate.
- Abbreviation of place.
- (logic) a proposition that is acknowledged as true to provide a basis for logical reasoning
- Assume the existence of; to postulate.
- Propose for consideration or research; to advise.
- place (something somewhere) securely.
- just take as a given; believe as a postulate or axiom
- place (one thing someplace) firmly
- put before
- To dispose, range, or place in relation to other things.
- To set down as a position or concept; believe as genuine or conceded; current as an undeniable fact; affirm.
- Definition for "posit"
- To assume the presence of; postulate. See Synonyms…
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