Each of a pair of marks [ ] used to enclose words or figures so as to separate them from the context
each speaker is fixed on a separate bracket
A category into which people of similar age (especially those within a specified age range) are placed for purposes of classification.
A range of incomes taxed at a given rate
Either of a pair of marks in the form < >, used to enclose words or figures so as to separate them from their context
A clock designed to stand on a wall bracket
Movement into a higher tax bracket as taxable income increases
Either of a pair of parentheses
A fungus that grows on living trees or dead wood, forming one or more shelflike projections that are the spore-producing bodies. Hyphae spread through the wood absorbing nutrients and can cause the death of the tree
A section of the population classified according to their level of income
A bracket with a support in the form of a short upright column or pillar; (more widely) a free-standing upright mechanical support.
A function [u, v] of two dynamical variables u(p 1, p 2,…p n, q 1, q 2,…q n) and v(p 1, p 2,…p n, q 1, q 2,…q n) equal to ∑n r = 1 ∂u/∂q r ∂v/∂p r − ∂u/∂p r ∂v/∂q r.
= saddle rack.
Another term for bracket1noun1noun1noun
A bracket on which to mount something.