verb (used without object), subitized, subitizing. Psychology.
to perceive at a glance the number of items presented, the limit for humans being about seven.
(psychol) to perceive the number of (a group of items) at a glance and without counting: the maximum number of items that can be subitized is about five
adverb 1. (as a musical direction) suddenly; abruptly: subito pianissimo. adverb 1. (music) (preceding or following a dynamic marking, etc) suddenly; immediately sub
1. subject. 2. subjective. 3. subjectively. 4. subjunctive. abbreviation 1. subject 2. subjective(ly) 3. subjunctive subj. 1. subject 2. subjective 3. subjunctive
adjective 1. situated or occurring underneath or below; underlying. 2. forming a basis. 3. lower than but not directly under something. adjective 1. forming a foundation; underlying 2. lower than though not directly below: tall peaks and their subjacent valley subjacent sub·ja·cent (sŭb-jā’sənt) adj. Below or beneath another part. sub·ja’cen·cy n.
noun 1. that which forms a basic matter of thought, discussion, investigation, etc.: a subject of conversation. 2. a branch of knowledge as a course of study: He studied four subjects in his first year at college. 3. a motive, cause, or ground: a subject for complaint. 4. the theme of a sermon, book, story, […]