Definición de trichotomy en inglés:

trichotomy

Saltos de línea: trich|ot¦omy
Pronunciación: /trʌɪˈkɒtəmi
 
, trɪ-/

sustantivo (plural trichotomies)

A division into three categories: the pragmatics-semantics-syntax trichotomy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Phylogenetic relationships inferred from hsp 82 depicted the rotifer class Seisonidea as the sister taxon of a monophyletic trichotomy that included Acanthocephala, Bdelloidea, and Monogononta.
  • The argument comes down to considering a trichotomy,
  • Both clades, together with H. bastetanum, form a trichotomy that it is separate from H. suaveolens.

Origen

17th century: from Greek trikha 'threefold' from treis 'three', on the pattern of dichotomy.

Derivativos

trichotomous

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Branching details are difficult to resolve in full, but trichotomous branching is evident in several areas, and four orders of laterals are evident within the upper verticils of this zone.
  • The dependent variable for this study was a trichotomous survey item focusing on level of parent involvement: ‘how active are you in your child's health education?’
  • Bivariate analyses of the trichotomous accuracy variable and patient attributes showed no important differences with respect to patients' age, sex, race, religion, or marital status.

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