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particular

  

      adj  
1    prenominal   of or belonging to a single or specific person, thing, category, etc.; specific; special  
the particular demands of the job, no particular reason     
2    prenominal   exceptional or marked  
a matter of particular importance     
3    prenominal   relating to or providing specific details or circumstances  
a particular account     
4    exacting or difficult to please, esp. in details; fussy  
5    (of the solution of a differential equation) obtained by giving specific values to the arbitrary constants in a general equation  
6      (Logic)   (of a proposition) affirming or denying something about only some members of a class of objects, as in some men are not wicked  
   Compare       universal       10  
7      (Property law)   denoting an estate that precedes the passing of the property into ultimate ownership  
   See also       remainder       3       reversion       4  
      n  
8    a separate distinct item that helps to form a generalization: opposed to general  
9    often pl   an item of information; detail  
complete in every particular     
10      (Logic)      another name for       individual       7a  
11      (Philosophy)   an individual object, as contrasted with a universal  
   See       universal       12b  
12    in particular   especially, particularly, or exactly  
     (C14: from Old French particuler, from Late Latin particularis concerning a part, from Latin particula particle)  
  particularly      adv  


particular average  
      n     (Insurance)   partial damage to or loss of a ship or its cargo affecting only the shipowner or one cargo owner,   (Abbrev.)    PA      Compare       general average  
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individual  
      adj  
1    of, relating to, characteristic of, or meant for a single person or thing  
2    separate or distinct, esp. from others of its kind; particular  
please mark the individual pages     
3    characterized by unusual and striking qualities; distinctive  
4    Obsolete   indivisible; inseparable  
      n  
5    a single person, esp. when regarded as distinct from others  
6      (Biology)  
a    a single animal or plant, esp. as distinct from a species  
b    a single member of a compound organism or colony  
7      (Logic)  
a      (Also called)    particular          an object as opposed to a property or class  
b    an element of the domain of discourse of a theory  
     (C15: from Medieval Latin individualis, from Latin individuus indivisible, from in-1 + dividuus divisible, from dividere to divide)  
  individually      adv  


particular         
      adj  
1    prenominal   of or belonging to a single or specific person, thing, category, etc.; specific; special  
the particular demands of the job, no particular reason     
2    prenominal   exceptional or marked  
a matter of particular importance     
3    prenominal   relating to or providing specific details or circumstances  
a particular account     
4    exacting or difficult to please, esp. in details; fussy  
5    (of the solution of a differential equation) obtained by giving specific values to the arbitrary constants in a general equation  
6      (Logic)   (of a proposition) affirming or denying something about only some members of a class of objects, as in some men are not wicked  
   Compare       universal       10  
7      (Property law)   denoting an estate that precedes the passing of the property into ultimate ownership  
   See also       remainder       3       reversion       4  
      n  
8    a separate distinct item that helps to form a generalization: opposed to general  
9    often pl   an item of information; detail  
complete in every particular     
10      (Logic)      another name for       individual       7a  
11      (Philosophy)   an individual object, as contrasted with a universal  
   See       universal       12b  
12    in particular   especially, particularly, or exactly  
     (C14: from Old French particuler, from Late Latin particularis concerning a part, from Latin particula particle)  
  particularly      adv  
particular average  
      n     (Insurance)   partial damage to or loss of a ship or its cargo affecting only the shipowner or one cargo owner,   (Abbrev.)    PA      Compare       general average  

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particular

  

      adj  
1    distinct, exact, express, peculiar, precise, special, specific  
2    especial, exceptional, marked, notable, noteworthy, remarkable, singular, uncommon, unusual  
3    blow-by-blow, circumstantial, detailed, itemized, minute, painstaking, precise, selective, thorough  
4    choosy     (informal)   critical, dainty, demanding, discriminating, exacting, fastidious, finicky, fussy, meticulous, nice     (rare)   overnice, pernickety     (informal)   picky     (informal)  
      n  
5      (usually plural)    circumstance, detail, fact, feature, item, specification  
6    in particular      distinctly, especially, exactly, expressly, particularly, specifically  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    general, imprecise, indefinite, indistinct, inexact, unspecified, vague  
4    casual, easy, easy to please, indiscriminate, negligent, slack, sloppy, uncritical  

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n.
a person who has a lack of experience, skill or knowledge in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet
[Slang];[Pej.] Also written "n00b" (with zeros). The word came from "newb" or "newbie" which refers to someone who is just starting out in the use of the Net.
n.
a substance containing a harmless form of the germs that cause a particular disease. It is given to people, usually by injection, to prevent them from getting that disease.
v.
register disapproval of or disagreement with a post or poster in an on-line context by using a particular icon, usually a thumb-down
Ex.: I downvoted him for critisizing my favorite female pop singer. NB also noun: a downvote.
v.
register approval of or agreement with a post or poster in a on-line context by using a particular icon, usually a thumb-up
Ex.: I wish I could have upvoted a thousand times for that comment designating her as the greatest female pop singer of all time. NB also noun: an upvote.
n.
the preferred terminology used among the management hierarchy of a business establishment in reference to native ideas and common interests related to their particular field.
syn.: slang, jargon
n.
a ban or a partial prohibition on trade of weapons with a particular country, in order to isolate it
n.
set of data relative to the online activity of one particular user
[Tech.]
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