English to Welsh Meaning :: determinate

penderfynedig, benderfynedig, mhenderfynedig, phenderfynedig
Determinate :
- penderfynedig

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Adjective(1) precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause(2) not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex(3) supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement

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(1) But as any linguist would tell you, a word never has a single determinant meaning.(2) The results also suggest that determinant attributes may differ among cultural groups.(3) The primary determinant of sexual identity in Drosophila, the X chromosome karyotype, was discovered nearly a century ago.(4) The increased mobility observed on the collagen gel may also be a determinant factor for collective cell migration because high mobility can lead to inertial motion in the congested state.(5) Research shows consistently that childcare workers are the crucial determinant in delivering quality outcomes for children.(6) If one starts by defining the determinant for a triangular matrix and specifying the effect of the basic row operations on the determinant , one can obtain all of these results within a single section.(7) Through comparative analysis, Wirth tries to expose the determinant formal structure that underlies images.(8) And, given a territory, the sheer volume of the population, its absolute size, plays a determinant role; the extent of the division of labour is positively correlated with a population's size.(9) Such strong family ties breed a communal spirit in which the needs of the group are more determinant than those of the individual.(10) The site of drug localization appears to be a more important determinant than other factors: absorbance and steady-state accumulation.(11) In fact, however, selection is bound to be arbitrary, because rationales for including one country and excluding another are based on judgments as to what the determinant variables are.(12) This suggests that a determinant necessary for regionality is located between bands 1 and 21.(13) Geographical origin is therefore no determinant factor of the way the picture is composed.(14) In contrast, ÔÇÿreformÔÇÖ as a determinant of the electoral outcome has been largely diffused.(15) What Yang's method essentially reduces to is finding the determinant of the matrix of coefficients of the system of equations.(16) So it could be argued that bottom line financial considerations were the main determinant of the four times a day musters and headcounts held in Villawood detention centre.
1. fixed ::
6. explicit ::
7. known ::
8. determined ::
9. definitive ::
10. conclusive ::
11. express ::
12. precise ::
manwl gywir
13. categorical ::
14. positive ::
15. definite ::
1. boundless ::
2. endless ::
3. illimitable ::
4. immeasurable ::
5. indefinite ::
6. infinite ::
7. unbounded ::
8. undefined ::
9. unmeasured ::
heb ei fesur
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