modular

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module +‎ -ar

Adjective[edit]

modular (not comparable)

  1. Consisting of separate modules; especially where each module performs or fulfills some specified function and could be replaced by a similar module for the same function, independently of the other modules.
  2. (chiefly mathematics) Of or relating to a module or modules.

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modular m, f (masculine and feminine plural modulars)

  1. modular

Verb[edit]

modular (first-person singular present modulo, past participle modulat)

  1. to modulate

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modular (comparative modularer, superlative am modularsten)

  1. modular

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modular

  1. to modulate

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Portuguese[edit]

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modular (first-person singular present indicative modulo, past participle modulado)

  1. (transitive) to modulate (to regulate, adjust or adapt)
  2. (transitive, music) to modulate (to change the pitch, intensity or tone of one’s voice or of a musical instrument)
  3. (transitive, electronics) to modulate (to vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a carrier wave)

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modular m, f (plural modulares, comparable)

  1. modular (consisting of modules)

Spanish[edit]

Adjective[edit]

modular m, f (plural modulares)

  1. modular

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modular (first-person singular present modulo, first-person singular preterite modulé, past participle modulado)

  1. to modulate

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