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See also: cohérent
- cohærent (archaic)
- (UK) IPA(key): /kəʊˈhɪə.ɹənt/
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- (US) IPA(key): /koʊˈhɛɹ.ənt/, /koʊˈhɪɹ.ənt/
Audio (US) (file)
- (Canada) IPA(key): /koːˈhɪɹ.ənt/
- (General Australian) IPA(key): /kəʉˈhɪə.ɹənt/
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- Unified; sticking together; making up a whole.
- 1997, Bernard J. Baars, “Psychology in a World of Sentient, Self-Knowing Beings: A Modest Utopian Fantasy”, in Robert L. Solso, editor, Mind and Brain Sciences in the 21st Century, MIT Press, published 1999, →ISBN, page 7:
- A sentence like this one cannot be understood unless somehow we can store the underlined words for several seconds, while we wait for the rest of the sentence to arrive, with the information needed to complete a coherent thought.
- 2005, Tom Williamson, Sandlands: The Suffolk Coast and Heaths, Windgather, published 2005, →ISBN, page 15:
- Anglia, is part of a wider phenomenon of the seventh century - the development of recognisable, coherent kingdoms from the fragmented tribal society which emerged from the ruins of Roman Britain.
- Orderly, logical and consistent.
- 1904 December, A[rthur] Conan Doyle, “The Adventure of the Second Stain”, in The Return of Sherlock Holmes, New York, N.Y.: McClure, Phillips & Co., published February 1905, →OCLC:
- At present she is unable to give any coherent account of the past, and the doctors hold out no hopes of the reestablishment of her reason.
- 2009, John Polkinghorne, Nicholas Beale, Questions of Truth: Fifty-One Responses to Questions about God, Science, and Belief, Westminster John Knox Press, published 2009, →ISBN, page 23:
- It will dissolve at death with the decay of the body, but it is a perfectly coherent belief that the faithful God will not allow it to be lost but will preserve it in the divine memory.
- 2020 December 2, Christian Wolmar, “Wales offers us a glimpse of an integrated transport policy”, in Rail, page 56:
- The underlying problem with transport policy is that there no coherent strategy. Ministers have tended to encourage greater use of motor vehicles through both transport and (particularly) planning policies, while simultaneously warning of the terrible consequences of unfettered growth of road use.
- Aesthetically ordered.
- Having a natural or due agreement of parts; harmonious: a coherent design.
- (physics) Of waves having the same direction, wavelength and phase, as light in a laser.
- (botany) Attaching or pressing against an organ of the same nature.
- (mathematics, of a sheaf) Belonging to a specific class of sheaves having particularly manageable properties closely linked to the geometrical properties of the underlying space.
orderly, logical and consistent
of waves having the same direction, wavelength and phase
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- Rhymes: -ent
coherent m or f (masculine and feminine plural coherents)
- “coherent” in Diccionari de la llengua catalana, segona edició, Institut d’Estudis Catalans.
- “coherent”, in Gran Diccionari de la Llengua Catalana, Grup Enciclopèdia Catalana, 2023
- “coherent” in Diccionari normatiu valencià, Acadèmia Valenciana de la Llengua.
- “coherent” in Diccionari català-valencià-balear, Antoni Maria Alcover and Francesc de Borja Moll, 1962.
- Alternative form of
Declension of coherent