[pee-trahyn, -trin] /ˈpi traɪn, -trɪn/
of or relating to the apostle Peter or the Epistles bearing his name.
(New Testament) of or relating to St Peter, his position of leadership, or the epistles, etc, attributed to him
(RC Church) of or relating to the supremacy in the Church that the pope is regarded as having inherited from St Peter: the Petrine claims
- Petri net
parallel, simulation A directed, bipartite graph in which nodes are either “places” (represented by circles) or “transitions” (represented by rectangles), invented by Carl Adam Petri. A Petri net is marked by placing “tokens” on places. When all the places with arcs to a transition (its input places) have a token, the transition “fires”, removing a […]
[pee-truh-niz-uh m] /ˈpi trəˌnɪz əm/ noun 1. the body of theological doctrine taught by, or attributed to, the apostle Peter.
[pe-troh] /ˈpɛ troʊ/ adjective 1. of or relating to petroleum or the petroleum industry. noun 2. Canadian. the federally owned petroleum industry. 1. a combining form meaning “rock,” “stone,” used in the formation of compound words: petrology. 1. a combining form meaning “petroleum,” “the extraction and export of petroleum,” used in the formation of compound […]
[pe-troh-broo-zhuh n, -shuh n] /ˌpɛ troʊˈbru ʒən, -ʃən/ noun 1. a member of a 12th-century sect in S France that rejected the Mass, infant baptism, prayers for the dead, sacerdotalism, the veneration of the cross, and the building of churches.