Definition of isomorphic in English:


Syllabification: i·so·mor·phic
Pronunciation: /ˌīsəˈmôrfik
(also isomorphous /-fəs/)


1Corresponding or similar in form and relations.
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  • According to the variables necessary for filling the diagram, one establishes parallel relations of isomorphic structures’.
  • This rendering is isomorphic to the corresponding subgraph in A.
  • This can be seen as isomorphic as in correspondence models.
1.1Having the same crystalline form.
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  • Two or more isomorphic substances sometimes crystallize together to form a solid solution with a singular geometric configuration.



Pronunciation: /-ˌfizəm/
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  • The dog says that there are no surfaces, just occasional strata of unusual density, and that there can't be abstaction because deep isomorphism is always required.
  • In institutional environments, in particular, organizations are rewarded for structural isomorphism.
  • Given this isomorphism, it seems perverse to disqualify blood cells and other microscopically viewed objects from the realm of observables’.

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