American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Consisting of dissimilar elements or parts; not homogeneous. See Synonyms at miscellaneous.
- adj. Completely different; incongruous.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Different in kind; widely dissimilar; unlike; foreign; incongruous.
- Composed of parts of different kinds; having widely unlike elements or constituents: opposed to homogeneous.
- The attraction between the different kinds of electricity and magnetism.
- adj. Diverse in kind or nature; composed of diverse parts.
- adj. mathematics Incommensurable because of different kinds.
- adj. physics Having more than one phase (solid, liquid, gas) present in a system or process.
- adj. chemistry Visibly consisting of different components.
- adj. computing Of a network comprising different types of computers, potentially with vastly differing memory sizes, processing power and even basic underlying architecture; alternatively, of a data resource with multiple types of formats.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Differing in kind; having unlike qualities; possessed of different characteristics; dissimilar; -- opposed to
homogeneous, and said of two or more connected objects, or of a conglomerate mass, considered in respect to the parts of which it is made up.
- adj. consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature
- adj. originating outside the body
- From Medieval Latin heterogeneus, from Ancient Greek ἑτερογενής ("of different kinds"), from ἕτερος (heteros, "other, another, different") + γένος (genos, "kind"). Compare hetero- and -ous. (Wiktionary)
- From Medieval Latin heterogeneus, from Greek heterogenēs : hetero-, hetero- + genos, kind, race; see genə- in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“- so think of entities as a table of tables - they use the term heterogeneous containment to describe this idea.”
“The good and the bad parts of our lives do not interlock with reassuring neatness across the course of a lifetime; instead they sit together in heterogeneous disarray, elbowing one another like distant ancestors told to bunch up tight for a family photograph.”
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“Make the category less heterogeneous, in other words, and it may actually start to have some scientific integrity.”
“Menschen (The optical image in heterogeneous media and the dioptrics of the human crystalline lens), 1908, which was awarded the Centenary Gold Medal of the Swedish Medical Association.”
“You can see the different between two substances its called heterogeneous mixture.”
“I'm not sure I heard "heterogeneous" -- one of the terms that computer companies like to use even when they don't really mean it -- uttered once during the five-hour broadcast.”
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“Anthropogenic biomes are not simple vegetation categories, and are best characterized as heterogeneous landscape mosaics combining a variety of different land uses and land covers.”
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