adjective, denser, densest.
having the component parts closely compacted together; crowded or compact:
a dense forest; dense population.
stupid; slow-witted; dull.
relatively opaque; transmitting little light, as a photographic negative, optical glass, or color.
difficult to understand or follow because of being closely packed with ideas or complexities of style:
a dense philosophical essay.
Mathematics. of or relating to a subset of a topological space in which every neighborhood of every point in the space contains at least one point of the subset.
(astronomy) of or relating to an extreme condition in which matter is forced into nonclassical states, as when electrons are forced into protons, leaving only neutrons: superdense matter
thickly crowded or closely set: a dense crowd
thick; impenetrable: a dense fog
(physics) having a high density
stupid; dull; obtuse
(of a photographic negative) having many dark or exposed areas
(of an optical glass, colour, etc) transmitting little or no light
- Superdense theory
/ˌsuːpəˈdɛns/ noun 1. (astronomy) a former name for the big-bang theory
[soo-per-dom-uh-nuh nt] /ˌsu pərˈdɒm ə nənt/ noun, Music. 1. submediant. superdominant /ˌsuːpəˈdɒmɪnənt/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) another word for submediant
storage Apple Computer, Inc.’s name for a combined DVD-ROM, DVD-RW, CD-RW drive that appeared in the iMac in 2002. (2009-05-05)
superduct su·per·duct (sōō’pər-dŭkt’) v. su·per·duct·ed, su·per·duct·ing, su·per·ducts To elevate or draw upward.