[ploo-pur-fikt] /pluˈpɜr fɪkt/
more than perfect:
He spoke the language with pluperfect precision.
(grammar) another term for past perfect
1520s, shortened from Latin (tempus praeteritum) plus (quam) perfectum “(past tense) more (than) perfect.” Translates Greek khronos hypersyntelikos. See plus and perfect.
1. . 2. . abbreviation 1. plural 2. plurality plural
[ploo r-uh l] /ˈplʊər əl/ adjective 1. consisting of, containing, or pertaining to more than one. 2. pertaining to or involving a of persons or things. 3. being one of such a . 4. Grammar. noting or pertaining to a member of the category of number, found in many languages, indicating that a word has […]
- Plural eulisp
EuLisp with parallel extensions. “Collections and Garbage Collection”, S.C. Merall et al, in Memory Management – IWMM92, Springer 1992, pp.473-489.
[ploo r-uh-liz-uh m] /ˈplʊər əˌlɪz əm/ noun 1. Philosophy. 2. Ecclesiastical. 3. Sociology. . 4. state or quality of being plural. /ˈplʊərəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. the holding by a single person of more than one ecclesiastical benefice or office 2. (sociol) a theory of society as several autonomous but interdependent groups which either share power or […]