Shallow binding



A method of storing variable bindings where the current value of a variable can be found at a known location rather than by searching an environment or association list. When a new binding is made, the old value is copied into the environment.

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  • Shallow breathing

    shallow breathing shal·low breathing (shāl’ō) n. Breathing with abnormally low tidal volume.

  • Shallower

    adjective, shallower, shallowest. 1. of little depth; not deep: shallow water. 2. lacking depth; superficial: a mind that is not narrow but shallow. 3. taking in a relatively small amount of air in each inhalation: shallow breathing. 4. Baseball. relatively close to home plate: The shortstop caught the pop fly in shallow left field. noun […]



  • Shallowest

    adjective, shallower, shallowest. 1. of little depth; not deep: shallow water. 2. lacking depth; superficial: a mind that is not narrow but shallow. 3. taking in a relatively small amount of air in each inhalation: shallow breathing. 4. Baseball. relatively close to home plate: The shortstop caught the pop fly in shallow left field. noun […]

  • Shallow-fry

    verb to cook a food in a small amount of oil or fat Word Origin 1941; opposite of deep-fry Usage Note shallow-fried, adj; shallow-frying, n



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