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universe  


      n  
1      (Astronomy)   the aggregate of all existing matter, energy, and space  
2    human beings collectively  
3    a province or sphere of thought or activity  
4      (Statistics)      another word for       population       7  
     (C16: from French univers, from Latin universum the whole world, from universus all together, from uni- + vertere to turn)  


expanding universe theory  
      n   the theory, developed from the observed red shifts of celestial bodies, that all the galaxies are receding from each other at velocities that increase as the distance from earth increases  
   See also       oscillating universe theory  
island universe  
      n      a former name for       galaxy  
oscillating universe theory  
      n   the theory that the universe is oscillating between periods of expansion and contraction  
universe of discourse  
      n     (Logic)   the complete range of objects, events, attributes, relations, ideas, etc., that are expressed, assumed, or implied in a discussion  
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population  
      n  
1    sometimes functioning as pl   all the persons inhabiting a country, city, or other specified place  
2    the number of such inhabitants  
3    sometimes functioning as pl   all the people of a particular race or class in a specific area  
the Chinese population of San Francisco     
4    the act or process of providing a place with inhabitants; colonization  
5      (Ecology)   a group of individuals of the same species inhabiting a given area  
6      (Astronomy)   either of two main groups of stars classified according to age and location. Population I consists of hot white stars, many occurring in galactic clusters and forming the arms of spiral galaxies. Stars of population II are older, the brightest being red giants, and are found in the centre of spiral and elliptical galaxies in globular clusters  
7      (Also called)    universe            (Statistics)   the entire finite or infinite aggregate of individuals or items from which samples are drawn  


expanding universe theory  
      n   the theory, developed from the observed red shifts of celestial bodies, that all the galaxies are receding from each other at velocities that increase as the distance from earth increases  
   See also       oscillating universe theory  
island universe  
      n      a former name for       galaxy  
oscillating universe theory  
      n   the theory that the universe is oscillating between periods of expansion and contraction  
universe  
      n  
1      (Astronomy)   the aggregate of all existing matter, energy, and space  
2    human beings collectively  
3    a province or sphere of thought or activity  
4      (Statistics)      another word for       population       7  
     (C16: from French univers, from Latin universum the whole world, from universus all together, from uni- + vertere to turn)  
universe of discourse  
      n     (Logic)   the complete range of objects, events, attributes, relations, ideas, etc., that are expressed, assumed, or implied in a discussion  

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universe  

  
cosmos, creation, everything, macrocosm, nature, the natural world  

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