Newtonian

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Newtonian (comparative more Newtonian, superlative most Newtonian)

  1. Of or relating to Isaac Newton, or his laws and theories.
  2. (fluid mechanics, of a fluid) Obeying Newton's law of viscosity; i.e. having a constant viscosity.
  3. (physics) Of or relating to classical physics that does not take relativity into account.

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Newtonian (plural Newtonians)

  1. A scientist supporting Isaac Newton's views on physics and mathematics.

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