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con·gru·ent

 (kŏng′gro͞o-ənt, kən-gro͞o′-)
adj.
1. Corresponding; congruous.
2. Mathematics
a. Coinciding exactly when superimposed: congruent triangles.
b. Of or relating to two numbers that have the same remainder when divided by a third number. For example, 11 and 26 are congruent when the modulus is 5.

[Middle English, from Latin congruēns, congruent-, present participle of congruere, to agree.]

con′gru·ent·ly adv.

congruent

(ˈkɒŋɡrʊənt)
adj
1. agreeing; corresponding; congruous
2. (Mathematics) having identical shapes so that all parts correspond: congruent triangles. Compare similar2
3. (Mathematics) of or concerning two integers related by a congruence
[C15: from Latin congruere to meet together, agree]
ˈcongruently adv

con•gru•ent

(ˈkɒŋ gru ənt, kənˈgru-, kəŋ-)

adj.
1. agreeing; accordant; congruous.
2. of or pertaining to two numbers related by a congruence.
3. (of geometric figures) coinciding at all points when superimposed: congruent triangles.
[1375–1425; < Latin congruent-,congruens <congruere to agree]
con′gru•ent•ly, adv.

con·gru·ent

(kŏng′gro͞o-ənt, kən-gro͞o′ənt)
Geometry
Having the same size and shape; matching exactly: congruent triangles.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.congruent - corresponding in character or kind
appropriate - suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc; "a book not appropriate for children"; "a funeral conducted the appropriate solemnity"; "it seems that an apology is appropriate"
2.congruent - coinciding when superimposed
geometry - the pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces
incongruent - not congruent

congruent

adjective compatible, agreeing, according, consistent, identical, coinciding, corresponding, conforming, concurrent, congruous The interests of landowners were by no means congruent with those of industrial capitalists.
Translations
مُلائِم، مُنْسَجِم، مُتَطابِق
shodný
kongruent
egybevágó
kongrúent, aljafn
kongruencijakongruentus
kongruentssaskanīgs
çakışık

congruent

[ˈkɒŋgrʊənt] ADJcongruente

congruent

adj
(Math) numberkongruent; (Geometry also) → deckungsgleich

congruent

[ˈkɒŋgrʊənt] adj (Geom) (plane, solid) → congruente

congruent

(ˈkoŋgruənt) adjective
of two or more geometrical figures, touching at all points when one is fitted on top of the other. congruent triangles.
conˈgruity (-ˈgruː-) noun
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