[a-truh-byoo-shuh n] /ˌæ trəˈbyu ʃən/
the act of ; ascription.
something ascribed; an .
Numismatics. a classification for a coin, based on its distinguishing features, as date, design, or metal.
Archaic. authority or function assigned, as to a ruler, legislative assembly, delegate, or the like.
late 15c., “action of bestowing or assigning,” from Middle French attribution (14c.), from Latin attributionem (nominative attributio) “an assignment, attribution,” noun of action from past participle stem of attribuere (see attribute). Meaning “thing attributed” is recorded from 1580s.
[aw-dit] /ˈɔ dɪt/ noun 1. an official examination and verification of accounts and records, especially of financial accounts. 2. a report or statement reflecting an audit; a final statement of account. 3. the inspection or examination of a building or other facility to evaluate or improve its appropriateness, safety, efficiency, or the like: An energy […]
1. Réaumur (temperature). abbreviation 1. Réaumur (scale)
[rey-uh-myoo r; French rey-oh-myr] /ˈreɪ əˌmyʊər; French reɪ oʊˈmür/ noun 1. René Antoine Ferchault de [ruh-ney ahn-twan fer-shoh duh] /rəˈneɪ ɑ̃ˈtwan fɛrˈʃoʊ də/ (Show IPA), 1683–1757, French physicist and inventor. adjective 2. Also, Reaumur. noting or pertaining to a temperature scale (Réaumur scale) in which 0° represents the ice point and 80° represents the steam […]
[aw-thuh-rahyz] /ˈɔ θəˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), authorized, authorizing. 1. to give or official power to; empower: to authorize an employee to sign purchase orders. 2. to give authority for; formally sanction (an act or proceeding): Congress authorized the new tax on tobacco. 3. to establish by authority or usage: an arrangement long authorized by […]