Definición de characteristic en inglés:

characteristic

Saltos de línea: char|ac¦ter|is¦tic
Pronunciación: /karəktəˈrɪstɪk
 
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adjetivo

Typical of a particular person, place, or thing: he began with a characteristic attack on extremism
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Dishes in each region have their own set of characteristic flavours.
  • She spoke all along with that characteristic exuberance on her face.
  • He battled his illness with characteristic courage and fortitude and displayed a positive attitude to the end.
Sinónimos
typical, usual, normal, predictable, habitual, in character; distinctive, distinguishing, particular, special, especial, individual, specific, peculiar, idiosyncratic, singular, unique, exclusive, unmistakable; representative, symbolic, symptomatic, indicative, diagnostic

sustantivo

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1A feature or quality belonging typically to a person, place, or thing and serving to identify them: certain defining characteristics of the school emerge from the study
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  • A national characteristic has been identified in numerous scientific trials.
  • Every facial feature and physical characteristic was identical to Alastair's.
  • At the same time, most of these characteristics belong to any good person.
Sinónimos
attribute, feature; quality, essential quality, property, trait, aspect, element, facet; mannerism, manner, habit, custom, way, mark, trademark, hallmark, distinction; idiosyncrasy, peculiarity, quirk, oddity, foible; penchant, proclivity, bent
2 Mathematics The whole number or integral part of a logarithm, which gives the order of magnitude of the original number.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His early work was on quadratic forms in fields, particularly fields of characteristic 2.
  • His habilitation of 1938 studied Lie rings of prime characteristic.

Origen

mid 17th century: from French caractéristique or medieval Latin characteristicus, from Greek kharaktēristikos, from kharaktēr 'a stamping tool'.

Derivativos

characteristically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Michelle arrives home slightly hung-over from the night before but still characteristically bright and chirpy.
  • He was characteristically gracious in his acceptance of the knighthood and spoke sincerely about being humbled by the award.
  • Juggling the demands of work and hockey is just another aspect which he deals with in a characteristically calm and rational manner.

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