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See also: cohérence
- cohærence (archaic)
- The quality of cohering, or being coherent; internal consistency.
- His arguments lacked coherence.
- A logical arrangement of parts, as in writing.
- 2017, Di Zou; James Lambert, “Feedback methods for student voice in the digital age”, in British Journal of Educational Technology, volume 48, number 5, page 1088:
- In a lesson on coherence in academic writing, students engaged in the following discussion on the online platform TodaysMeet.
- (physics, of waves) The property of having the same wavelength and phase.
- (linguistics, translation studies) A semantic relationship between different parts of the same text.
quality of cohering; of being coherent
logical arrangements of parts
having the same wavelength and phase
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- “coherence” in Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary, 2001–2020.
coherence f (uncountable)
- coherence; quality of being internally consistent