permutate

permutate

(ˈpɜːmjʊˌteɪt)
vb
to alter the sequence or arrangement (of); treat by permutation: endlessly permutating three basic designs.

permutate


Past participle: permutated
Gerund: permutating

Imperative
permutate
permutate
Present
I permutate
you permutate
he/she/it permutates
we permutate
you permutate
they permutate
Preterite
I permutated
you permutated
he/she/it permutated
we permutated
you permutated
they permutated
Present Continuous
I am permutating
you are permutating
he/she/it is permutating
we are permutating
you are permutating
they are permutating
Present Perfect
I have permutated
you have permutated
he/she/it has permutated
we have permutated
you have permutated
they have permutated
Past Continuous
I was permutating
you were permutating
he/she/it was permutating
we were permutating
you were permutating
they were permutating
Past Perfect
I had permutated
you had permutated
he/she/it had permutated
we had permutated
you had permutated
they had permutated
Future
I will permutate
you will permutate
he/she/it will permutate
we will permutate
you will permutate
they will permutate
Future Perfect
I will have permutated
you will have permutated
he/she/it will have permutated
we will have permutated
you will have permutated
they will have permutated
Future Continuous
I will be permutating
you will be permutating
he/she/it will be permutating
we will be permutating
you will be permutating
they will be permutating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been permutating
you have been permutating
he/she/it has been permutating
we have been permutating
you have been permutating
they have been permutating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been permutating
you will have been permutating
he/she/it will have been permutating
we will have been permutating
you will have been permutating
they will have been permutating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been permutating
you had been permutating
he/she/it had been permutating
we had been permutating
you had been permutating
they had been permutating
Conditional
I would permutate
you would permutate
he/she/it would permutate
we would permutate
you would permutate
they would permutate
Past Conditional
I would have permutated
you would have permutated
he/she/it would have permutated
we would have permutated
you would have permutated
they would have permutated
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Akinwunmi Ambode was the little known aspirant when political pundits began to permutate on the likely successor to erstwhile Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola then in 2014.
For tensors of the order 0 or 1 this is not a restriction, since we have zero or one index, respectively, which we cannot permutate. For l = 2 a tensor is symmetric if
The main idea to encrypt a plain image is to permutate the positions of pixels and to conceal the values of pixels via different methods commonly.
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Anyway, we can assume that, for any color x [member of] [1,k], there is an edge [v.sub.i][v.sub.i+1] for some i [member of] [1, n - 1] such that f([v.sub.i][v.sub.i+1]) = x (If not, we can permutate x and f([v.sub.i][v.sub.i+1])).
Not content with taking part in eight different competitions this season, the Blues could also face a third-place play-off against Arsenal if those dreaded permutations permutate in a particular way tomorrow.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines "permutate" as "change the order or arrangement of (some elements)" or: "rearrange."
The zikr, or ritual recitation of the names and attributes of God (Allahu Akbar, Subhan-Allah, La ilaha ilallah), is depicted at several points in the novel--with Hanson and the "Assassins," with Thay and the Hamadcha Sufi brotherhood--and in Thay's final exhortation to Hanson that he "permutate the zikr" (187), which Hanson accomplishes in truly postmodern fashion with splices and loops on his reel-to-reel tape recorder.
Mally Masket is used here as the commonest form for a variety of 'titles' which permutate names such as Betty and Biddy with Ascot, Mascot, and Traskett (Figure 4).
Together, the singers' voices delicately intertwine and gracefully permutate around the ideal of a unified melody over the more rigid bilma and yidaki patterns that anchors them rhythmically.
It's about two couples who, over the course of two acts, permutate the possibilities and successively become six couples, with everybody pairing off with everybody else.
The majority of the fifteen or so ethno-linguistic groups on the island permutate matriliny, patriliny, patrilocality, and uxorilocality in so various a manner that Timor offers what one might call 'an ethnographic laboratory' for the study of any number of comparative sociological problems, including those of social classification and gender.