American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Twofold.
- adj. Of or relating to a dyad.
- n. Mathematics The sum of a finite number of dyads.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining or relating to the number two, or to a dyad; consisting of two parts or elements: as, a dyadic metal.
- In Gr. pros.:
- Comprising two different rhythms or meters: as, a dyadic epiploce.
- Consisting of pericopes, or groups of systems each of which contains two unlike systems: as, a dyadic poem.
- Also dyad, duadic.
- n. In mathematics, a sum of dyads.
- n. The science of reckoning with a system of numerals in which the ratio of values of successive places is two.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Pertaining to the number two; of two parts or elements.
- adj. of or relating to a dyad or based on two
“This results in a division of the input image into many rectangular pieces, similar to those shown, organized into a data structure called a dyadic tree.”
“What happens at the dyadic level, between mother and infant, ultimately affects the very nature and survival of the larger social group.”
“Nonetheless, there is something dyadic about these two.”
“The resulting intensification of economic relations between Kabul and Peshawar was colonially inspired and the new dyadic link was achieved through the textual and territorial reconfiguration of kuchi commercial activities and movements in relation to and in between both markets.”
“However, today, as always, there is more complexity to the relationship between these three cities than any single dyadic market connection can explain.”
“Often Bronte's most powerful scenes are dyadic: two pictures appear in the mind, bang, bang, two acts of imagistic assertion, with the second simply erasing or subtracting the first.”
“It included communications training, sensory awareness, massage, meditation, guided imagery, dreamwork, dream communities, aggression release and assertiveness training, and dyadic encounters, as well as many types of group work to help them become sensitive to the needs of others.”
“The world man lives in includes the dimensions of interpersonal dyadic relationship, family and the history of its generations, neighborhood, society, culture, nations, nature, the planet and finally the universe defined as the greater whole of all that is in existence.”
“Could the persistence of jealousy and dyadic bonding indicate that these might be impulses at least as authentic as the impulse toward sexual variety?”
“Attention to attention in domestic dog Canis familiaris dyadic play.”
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