[ir-i-flek-siv] /ˌɪr ɪˈflɛk sɪv/

not .
(logic) (of a relation) failing to hold between each member of its domain and itself: `… is distinct from …’ is irreflexive Compare reflexive (sense 4), nonreflexive


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