Absolute ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Absolute ( adjective )

  1. Not qualified or diminished in any way.
  2. Independently without any external influence.
  3. Complete and unrestricted.
  4. Completely accurate or true.
  5. Utterly without any qualification.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word 'absolūtus' which means 'unrestricted, complete, perfect'.

Examples:

  1. The sun is the source of absolute light.
  2. He has an absolute power over the kingdom.
  3. She has an absolute control over her emotions.
  4. He made an absolute fool of himself.
  5. She has absolute confidence in her abilities.

(As a noun)

Absolute ( noun )

  1. Not qualified or diminished in any way.
  2. Independently without any external influence.
  3. Complete and unrestricted.
  4. Completely accurate or true.
  5. Utterly without any qualification.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word 'absolūtus' which means 'unrestricted, complete, perfect'.

Examples:

  1. The sun is the source of absolute light.
  2. He has an absolute power over the kingdom.
  3. She has an absolute control over her emotions.
  4. He made an absolute fool of himself.
  5. She has absolute confidence in her abilities.
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