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Adjectiveadjoint (not comparable)
- This word is used in mathematics, it can be applied to several situations, liked adjoint matrix, adjoint linear operator, adjoint functor.
- (mathematics) A matrix having certain values relative to another matrix.
Past participle of adjoindre.
- IPA: /adʒwɛ̃/
adjoint m. (plural adjoints)
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