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theorem (n.)

"demonstrable proposition in science or mathematics," 1550s, from French théorème (16c.) and directly from Late Latin theorema, from Greek theorema "spectacle, sight," in Euclid "proposition to be proved," literally "that which is looked at," from theorein "to look at, behold" (see theory).

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Definitions of theorem from WordNet

theorem (n.)
a proposition deducible from basic postulates;
theorem (n.)
an idea accepted as a demonstrable truth;
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