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Etymology

The final part of monadic, etc.

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-adic

  1. (mathematics) (computing) When combined with prefixes derived (usually) from Latin or Greek names for numbers, used to make adjectives meaning "having a certain number of arguments" (said of functions, relations, etc, in mathematics and functions, operators, etc, in computing).

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