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tr.v. per·mut·ed, per·mut·ing, per·mutes
1. To change the order of.
2. Mathematics To subject to permutation.

[Middle English permuten, from Old French permuter, from Latin permūtāre : per-, per- + mūtāre, to change; see mei- in Indo-European roots.]

per·mut′a·bil′i·ty n.
per·mut′a·ble adj.
per·mut′a·bly adv.
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vb (tr)
1. to change the sequence of
2. (Mathematics) maths to subject to permutation
[C14: from Latin permūtāre, from per- + mūtāre to change, alter]
perˈmutable adj
perˌmutaˈbility, perˈmutableness n
perˈmutably adv
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v.t. -mut•ed, -mut•ing.
1. to alter; change.
2. Math. to subject to permutation.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin permūtāre to exchange, transform. See per-, mutate]
per•mut′a•ble, adj.
per•mut`a•bil′i•ty, per•mut′a•ble•ness, n.
per•mut′a•bly, adv.
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Past participle: permuted
Gerund: permuting

I permute
you permute
he/she/it permutes
we permute
you permute
they permute
I permuted
you permuted
he/she/it permuted
we permuted
you permuted
they permuted
Present Continuous
I am permuting
you are permuting
he/she/it is permuting
we are permuting
you are permuting
they are permuting
Present Perfect
I have permuted
you have permuted
he/she/it has permuted
we have permuted
you have permuted
they have permuted
Past Continuous
I was permuting
you were permuting
he/she/it was permuting
we were permuting
you were permuting
they were permuting
Past Perfect
I had permuted
you had permuted
he/she/it had permuted
we had permuted
you had permuted
they had permuted
I will permute
you will permute
he/she/it will permute
we will permute
you will permute
they will permute
Future Perfect
I will have permuted
you will have permuted
he/she/it will have permuted
we will have permuted
you will have permuted
they will have permuted
Future Continuous
I will be permuting
you will be permuting
he/she/it will be permuting
we will be permuting
you will be permuting
they will be permuting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been permuting
you have been permuting
he/she/it has been permuting
we have been permuting
you have been permuting
they have been permuting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been permuting
you will have been permuting
he/she/it will have been permuting
we will have been permuting
you will have been permuting
they will have been permuting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been permuting
you had been permuting
he/she/it had been permuting
we had been permuting
you had been permuting
they had been permuting
I would permute
you would permute
he/she/it would permute
we would permute
you would permute
they would permute
Past Conditional
I would have permuted
you would have permuted
he/she/it would have permuted
we would have permuted
you would have permuted
they would have permuted
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.permute - change the order or arrangement of; "Dyslexics often transpose letters in a word"
change by reversal, reverse, turn - change to the contrary; "The trend was reversed"; "the tides turned against him"; "public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern"
map, represent - to establish a mapping (of mathematical elements or sets)
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[pəˈmjuːt] VTpermutar
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She repeats and permutes freely, and it is permutation that affords such a wide scope for developing ideas without reducing fiction to a vehicle for advancing any definite claim.
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We perform this contribution calculation step based on the MDA method, which permutes random variables to calculate the prediction accuracy of variables so that we are able to calculate the marginal contribution of each variable.
The second server peels off the second layer of encryption and permutes the message order yet again.
The automorphism permutes the vertices of P(n,m) as r(u )=u and r(v )=v.
Since all the blocks of the saddle-point system (2.3) have the MSSS structure, there exists a permutation matrix [PSI] that permutes the saddle-point matrix with MSSS blocks into a single MSSS matrix.
It is also used in manufacturing permutes and as medicine as well.
The content owner partitions the cover image into nonoverlapping blocks and encrypts the cover image using multigranularity encryption: coarse-grained encryption permutes blocks in global images while fine-grained encryption permutes the pixels in each block to construct a meaningless encrypted image.
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step 1.3: For i = 2, ..., n - 1, [P.sub.i] rerandomizes and permutes the ciphertext pairs she receives and sends them to [P.sub.i+1].
Accordingly, the pair PURE / STEM can be used to form the confused alternade PERMUTES. Can you successfully unravel the twenty-four examples which follow?