Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a triad; constituting or consisting of a triad or trinity.
- In chem., trivalent; triatomic.
- In ancient prosody:
- Comprising three different rhythms or meters: as, the triadic epiploce.
- Consisting of pericopes, or groups of systems, each of which contains three unlike systems: as, a triadic poem.
- In the Gr. Ch., addressed to or in honor of the Trinity: as, a triadic canon.
- n. A sum of products of three vectors.
- adj. of or relating to a triad
- adj. obsolete trivalent
- adj. translation studies describing interpreting that involves three parties, i.e., the two clients and the interpreter
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Chem.) Having the characteristics of a triad.
“It is a cross plot of industrial R&D spending on the x-axis and so-called triadic patents on the y-axis.”
“On the other hand, studies show that in so called "triadic" encounters, mom or dad sometimes becomes an object in the room, and the conversation is monopolized by the adult child, or the doc talks to son or daughter, inadvertently ignoring the patient.”
“Getty Images/Huntstock The most compelling evidence is the count of "triadic" patent filings or grants, where an application is filed with or patent granted by all three offices for the same innovation.”
“The most compelling evidence is the count of "triadic" patent filings or grants, where an application is filed with or patent granted by all three offices for the same innovation.”
“In a phenomenon called "triadic closure," people tend to befriend the friends of their friends -- and this is very satisfying.”
“Columbian mathematician and philosopher Fernando Zalamea's work on transient ecologies in a context of Latin American socio-politics, is looking at triadic logic proposed by logician Charles Pierce.”
“It investigates the study of transference of information around complex porous boundaries of trans-ecological continuum -- shortly, triadic logic is concerned with the expression of universal properties within regional localities.”
“In the background, three singers at a time lay down text in slow, distant, near-triadic progressions, while the others declaim the text in fragmented bursts.”
“Stylistically, Williams worked with variations on free-form styles, notably developing and utilising the triadic line as in his lengthy love-poem Asphodel, That Greeny Flower”
“Williams experimented with different types of lines and eventually found the “stepped triadic line”, a long line which is divided into three segments.”
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