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discrete (adj.)

"separate, distinct from others," late 14c., from Old French discret, discre, and directly from Latin discretus "separated;" see discreet. Related: Discretely; discreteness.

updated on August 26, 2018

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Definitions of discrete from WordNet

discrete (adj.)
constituting a separate entity or part;
a government with three discrete divisions
Synonyms: distinct
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