Definition of gradience in English:

gradience

Syllabification: gra·di·ence
Pronunciation: /ˈɡrādēəns
 
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noun

Linguistics
The absence of a clear-cut boundary between one category and another, for example between cup and mug in semantics.
More example sentences
  • We argue that gradience is an inherent feature of language representation, processing, and learning, and that natural language exhibits all degrees of gradience.

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