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struc·tured

 (strŭk′chərd)
adj.
1.
a. Having a well-defined structure or organization; highly organized: a structured environment.
b. Arranged in a definite pattern.
2. Psychology Having a limited number of correct or nearly correct answers. Used of a test.
3. Of or relating to a financial security that uses a complex or unusual financial structure, usually including derivatives, to provide regular interest payments and exposure to specific risks.

structured

(ˈstrʌktʃəd)
adj
1. having a distinct physical shape or form, often provided by an internal structure
2. planned in broad outline; organized: structured play for preschoolers.
3. having a definite predetermined pattern; rigid: structured hierarchy.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.structured - having definite and highly organized structure; "a structured environment"
organized - formed into a structured or coherent whole
unstructured - lacking definite structure or organization; "an unstructured situation with no one in authority"; "a neighborhood gang with a relatively unstructured system"; "children in an unstructured environment often feel insecure"; "unstructured inkblots"
2.structured - resembling a living organism in organization or development; "society as an integrated whole"
organic - being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms; "organic life"; "organic growth"; "organic remains found in rock"
Translations

structured

[ˈstrʌktʃəd] ADJestructurado
structured activityactividad f estructurada

structured

[ˈstrʌktʃərd] adjstructuré(e)

structured

adj programmestrukturiert; approachdurchdacht; essaysorgfältig gegliedert; societydurchorganisiert, strukturiert; highly structured (society)stark gegliedert; novel etcsorgfältig (auf)gebaut or gegliedert

structured

adj estructurado; a more structured environment..un ambiente más estructurado
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Kronish Lieb Weiner & Hellman LLP today announced the formation of a new practice, the Structured Real Estate Investments Group.
Most useful to this research is the classification of problems into routine, structured problems and non-routine, ill-structured problems (Leithwood & Stager, 1989, Leithwood & Steinbach, 1992; Leithwood & Steinbach, 1995).
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Watson unveiled the structure of DNA in 1953, they rocked the fledgling field of molecular biology again with a bold notion: Viruses are, in part, structured as crystals are.
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Taxonomies, used in conjunction with company ontologies, have proven to be a highly efficient structure for organizing structured and unstructured content.
Furnham (1994) noted that preference for certainty or unambiguous situations may increase the likelihood of affinity to structured elements in learning contexts, such as arriving at one solution (versus consideration of many), rigid dichotomization, and desire for premature closure.
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