from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To carry out a permutation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To interchange the substance of.
- To exchange.
- in mathematics, to subject to permutation or change of order. See permute, 3.
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We create a primordial soup of components, with bars, and motors, and neurons, and we let them connect and permutate...
I was aware of the bad mortgages -- I just never imagined how they'd permutate the hurt on such a broad scale.
HILTERMANN: Well, that's very hard to say, because the movement continues to permutate and to evolve into new forms.
And what should we say now, as our school system is a dramatic illustration of how "separate and unequal" can permutate and survive over the years?
The executive bonuses will simply permutate into some other benefit that isn't as taxable.
Trance tracks typically are composed of a nice build, where different melodies add and permutate with each other, eventually culminating into some kind of climax, where the bass is "dropped" and the song is driven by a combination of the beat and melody at the boldest.
The variety of diseases permutate various genetic sequence to arrive at the variety of life (by force of interference rather than natural selection or evolution).
Can it permutate into something that has meaning for me?
[255D" [255D" [0; 1; 35m" [255D Triad Copyright (c) 1992, Tamara All rights reserved Triad Transitions permutate existance To live, to die, to be reborn is the privilege of life's dance tho the veil is old and worn the shedding of masques is a timeless rite unbourne To die is a painful task if the choice is a matter of chance To Life!