deilliad, ddeilliad, deilliaid, ddeilliaid, neilliad, neilliaid
Noun(1) the result of mathematical differentiation; the instantaneous change of one quantity relative to another; df(x(2) a compound obtained from, or regarded as derived from, another compound(3) a financial instrument whose value is based on another security(4) (linguistics
Adjective(1) resulting from or employing derivation
(1) The hull is a new design rather than a derivative of an older system.(2) It can play towards the determination of whether the case is a full-on copyright case or whether it is a case of the infringer creating a derivative work.(3) This is because they buy complex derivative products to mirror the performance of the underlying stock market index or indices which are not transparently priced.(4) With gameplay more derivative of the Harlem Globetrotters than the NBA, players bust insane ankle-breaking moves to confuse and fake out opponents on their way to the hoop.(5) Permit others to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work and derivative works based upon it only for noncommercial purposes.(6) And so I started switching from these endless derivative novels to trying to write parts for actors, and I've been doing so ever since.(7) It's equally hard to find good things to say about the meandering plot or the derivative music of the film.(8) While primarily a place for the administration of justice, its name is a derivative of the Latin root officium and it is considered a landmark in the evolution of the office as a building type.(9) Plagiarism - a derivative of the Latin word for kidnapping - literally means to steal someone else's words or ideas and take credit for them.(10) The state-of-the-art animation techniques and the space flight sequences look impressive, but fail to inject any excitement into the lifeless and derivative plot.(11) However, contemporaries now subscribe to the notion that the term brioche is a derivative of the Norman word for pound, broyer.(12) The modern territorial state upon which it was based was a derivative of the Italian Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation.(13) It is a derivative of the verb sozo, which means ├ö├ç├┐to heal.├ö├ç├û(14) For a musical about one the century's most original artists, there was a whole lot of derivative going on.(15) The name of the plant descends from Old English rapum ├ö├ç├┐turnip├ö├ç├û, while the crime is a derivative of the Latin verb rapere ├ö├ç├┐to seize├ö├ç├û.(16) They called the wine tintashu, combining the Japanese word for sake with a derivative of the Portuguese word for red.
(1) partial derivative :: deilliad rhannol
(2) derivative securities :: gwarantau deilliadol
(3) derivative work :: gwaith deilliadol
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If by "holy smokes," you mean
a DERIVATIVE restatement of the stuff...
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 1
I do. It fails as drama, science fiction
and it's hopelessly DERIVATIVE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 15
Most of your work is extremely DERIVATIVE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 1
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