Definitions

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  • noun In chem., a prefix used to indicate that two groups or atoms in a compound are so situated in space that they can readily react with each other. See anti- .
  • noun An abbreviation of synonym or synony-

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  • adjective chemistry Describing a torsion angle between 0° and 90°.

Etymologies

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From Greek syn-, with, together, having same function as co-, (synthesis, synoptic)

Examples

  • A 5 l/2 lb 30-06 in syn will bust your shoulder if no meat there like on me.

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  • A 5 l/2 lb 30-06 in syn will bust your shoulder if no meat there like on me.

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  • Dr. Joyce refers to the problem as "original syn," referring to the chemist's terms syn and anti for the structures in the handed forms.

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  • Dr. Joyce refers to the problem as “original syn,” referring to the chemist’s terms syn and anti for the structures in the handed forms.

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  • Dr. Joyce refers to the problem as “original syn,” referring to the chemist’s terms syn and anti for the structures in the handed forms.

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  • • The words synesthesia is a hybrid of Latin and Greek -- the Latin "syn" (together) + "esthesia", from the Greek aisthesis (sensation or perception) • All babies are synesthetes • Can be induced by certain hallucinogenic

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  • '' syn '', the '' syntactical part '', is a partial '' n''-ary operation in '' F '' (i.e. an inference rule in the usual sense) and '' sem '', the '' the effectiveness in the ungraded approach is to refer to the set of tautologies.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • '' syn '', the '' syntactical part '', is a partial '' n''-ary operation in '' F '' (i.e. an inference rule in the usual sense) and '' sem '', the '' joing-preserving operation in [0,1].

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • '' syn '', the '' syntactical part '', is a partial '' n''-ary operation in '' F '' (i.e. an inference rule in the usual sense) and '' sem '', the '' the effectiveness in the ungraded approach is to refer to the set of tautologies.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • '' syn '', the '' syntactical part '', is a partial '' n''-ary operation in '' F '' (i.e. an inference rule in the usual sense) and '' sem '', the '' joing-preserving operation in [0,1].

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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