(grammar) a tense of verbs, in English and other languages, not involving the use of an auxiliary verb in addition to the main verb, as for example the past he drowned as opposed to the future he will drown
noun, Music. 1. rhythm characterized by two or three beats or pulses to a measure.
noun 1. an ignorant, foolish, or silly person. noun 1. a foolish or ignorant person
noun, Mathematics. 1. a simple extension in which the specified element is not a root of any algebraic equation in the given field.
adjective 1. simple; consisting of or characterized by a single element. 2. pertaining to or noting a telecommunications system permitting communication in only one direction at a time. noun, plural simplexes, simplices [sim-pluh-sees] /ˈsɪm pləˌsis/ (Show IPA) 3. Mathematics. a basic geometric element in a Euclidean space, being a line segment in one dimension, a […]