- Universe (dated or religious)
From Old French univers, from Latin universum (“all things, as a whole, the universe”), neuter of universus (“all together, whole, entire, collective, general, literally turned or combined into one”), from uni-, combining form of unus (“one”) + versus (“turned”), perfect passive participle of verto (“I turn”).
universe (plural universes)
- The sum of everything that exists in the cosmos, including time and space itself; same as the Universe.
- I think that the universe was created by a life force rather than a deity.
- An entity similar to our Universe; one component of a larger entity known as the multiverse.
- Everything under consideration.
- In all this universe of possibilities, there is only one feasible option.
- An imaginary collection of worlds.
- The universe in this comic book series is richly imagined.
- Intense form of world in the sense of perspective or social setting.
- That didn’t just rock my world, it rocked my universe.
- clockwork universe
- known universe
- observable universe
- parallel universe
- physical universe
- universe of discourse
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- universe (economics) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia:universe (economics)
- universe (mathematics) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia:universe (mathematics)
- IPA: /uː.nɪˈwɛːr.seː/
ūniversē (not comparable)
- Generally; in general.