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dy·ad·ic

 (dī-ăd′ĭk)
adj.
1. Twofold.
2. Of or relating to a dyad.
n. Mathematics
The sum of a finite number of dyads.

dyadic

(daɪˈædɪk)
adj
1. (Chemistry) of or relating to a dyad
2. relating to or based on two; twofold
3. (Logic) logic maths (of a relation, predicate, etc) relating two terms; binary. Compare monadic, polyadic

dy•ad•ic

(daɪˈæd ɪk)

adj.
1. of or consisting of a dyad; being a group of two.
2. pertaining to the number 2.
n.
3. Math. two or more dyads added together.
[1720–30; < Greek]
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Adj.1.dyadic - of or relating to a dyad or based on two
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