diskret

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French discret, from Latin discretus, from past participle of discernere ‎(to separate, discern).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /diskrɛːt/, [d̥iˈsɡ̊ʁɛːˀd̥], [d̥isˈkʰʁ̥ɛːˀd̥]

Adjective[edit]

diskret ‎(neuter diskret, definite and plural diskrete, comparative diskretere, superlative (predicative) diskretest, superlative (attributive) diskreteste)

  1. discreet
    • 2016, Christian Kampmann, Blandt venner, Gyldendal A/S (ISBN 9788702201932)
      Hun presser ham ikke yderligere; hun har diskretere og mere effektive måder at få sin vilje på.
      She does not press him further; she has more discreet and efficient ways to get her way.
    • 1978, Poul-Henrik Trampe, To år efter
      På Høeghsmindevej går man til selskab i mørkt tøj og taler stilfuldt om hvordan man skal snyde resten af befolkningen diskretest muligt.
      On Høeghsmindevej, one attends a gathering in dark clothes and stylishly discuss how to cheat the rest of the populace in the most discreet way possible.
  2. (mathematics) discrete

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French discret, from Latin discretus

Adjective[edit]

diskret ‎(comparative diskreter, superlative am diskretesten)

  1. discreet
  2. (mathematics) discrete

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin discretus, via French discret; and English discrete

Adjective[edit]

diskret ‎(neuter singular diskret, definite singular and plural diskrete)

  1. discreet
  2. discrete

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin discretus, via French discret; and English discrete

Adjective[edit]

diskret ‎(neuter singular diskret, definite singular and plural diskrete)

  1. discreet
  2. discrete

Synonyms[edit]

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