Noun(1) a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea(2) someone who expounds and interprets or explains(3) a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
(1) This is written by a strong exponent of vegetarianism, with supporting views from people she admits are extremists for animal rights.(2) The recently deceased Lord was the main exponent of the idea that aid did not work.(3) Raised in Australia by right-on parents who encouraged political awareness and self-reliance, the actress is a keen exponent of down-to-earth living.(4) ├ö├ç├┐All my adult life, I was branded by officials as ├ö├ç├┐an exponent of the right├ö├ç├û who wanted to bring capitalism back to our country,├ö├ç├û he wrote.(5) Other basketball players have started careers with as much talent as Jordan, but none has worked as hard on his weaknesses, nor become as complete an exponent .(6) an early exponent of the teachings of Thomas Aquinas(7) He was an enthusiastic exponent of the ├ö├ç├┐Three Age System├ö├ç├û, deducing support for it from his examinations of stratified and associated assemblages.(8) This looked like an all-too-arbitrary act by a king already known as an exponent of divine-right theory.(9) The supreme exponent of that art-form is a woman.(10) He is the greatest exponent of marketing of sport in the modern era there has been.(11) For example, will the bill require all workplaces - as, indeed, Parliament - in future to have a sign language exponent ?(12) Every sport has its heroes and most sports have their champion supreme - the greatest exponent of the sport in other words.(13) When the exponent is a prime number, I say that its radical less one is divisible by twice the exponent .(14) The junior international judo exponent was also a county cross-country runner and track star before she took up rowing.(15) He's certainly slim, and he's also an exponent of positive thinking, judging by the way he saw potential in the near-derelict chapel standing in Essex.(16) In the nineteenth century there was a movement, of which Steiner was a principal exponent , to keep geometry pure and ward off the depredations of algebra.
(1) exponent :: ddehonglwr
1. advocate ::
2. index ::
1. antagonist ::
2. opponent ::
Different Formsexponent, exponential, exponents
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