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mo·no·mi·al

 (mŏ-nō′mē-əl, mə-)
n.
1. Mathematics An algebraic expression consisting of only one term.
2. Biology A taxonomic name consisting of a single word.


mo·no′mi·al adj.
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monomial

(mɒˈnəʊmɪəl)
n
(Mathematics) maths an expression consisting of a single term, such as 5ax
adj
1. (Mathematics) consisting of a single algebraic term
2. (Biology) biology of, relating to, or denoting a taxonomic name that consists of a single term
[C18: mono- + (bin)omial]
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mo•no•mi•al

(moʊˈnoʊ mi əl, mə-)

n.
1. an algebraic expression or quantity that consists of a single term.
2. a taxonomic name that consists of a single term.
adj.
3. of or pertaining to a single term, expression, or quantity.
[1700–10; mon- + (bin) omial]
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mo·no·mi·al

(mŏ-nō′mē-əl)
An algebraic expression consisting of a single term, such as 4x.
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Translations
monom

monomial

[mɒˈnəʊmɪəl]
1. adjmonomiale
2. nmonomio
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