matriz

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From Latin mātrīx (dam; womb), mātrīcis, from māter (mother), from Proto-Indo-European *méh₂tēr, *mother.

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matriz f (plural matrizes)

  1. source; origin; mother
  2. (mathematics) matrix (rectangular arrangement of numbers)
  3. (computing) matrix (two-dimensional array)
  4. head office
  5. (anatomy) womb; uterus
  6. mould (hollow form for shaping fluid)
  7. engraved block of wood or medal used in printing
  8. stencil (perforated sheet through which ink can be forced)
  9. (cytology) extracellular matrix
  10. a church which has other churches and chapels under its jurisdiction

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Spanish[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin mātrīce, singular ablative of mātrīx, mātrīcis, from māter (mother), from Proto-Indo-European *méh₂tēr, *mother.

Noun[edit]

matriz f (plural matrices)

  1. (anatomy) uterus
  2. (business) head office or store
  3. (mathematics) matrix
  4. (computing) matrix
  5. origin, source
  6. (tools) mold
  7. (tools) nut

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