recurrent

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From Latin recurrens, present participle of recurrere.

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recurrent (not comparable)

  1. Recurring; happening time after time.
    The patient complained of recurrent chest pain.
    Synonyms: perennial, repetitious; see also Thesaurus:repetitive
  2. (mathematics, stochastic processes, of a state) Non-transient.
    Synonym: persistent
    Antonym: transient
  3. (anatomy) Running back toward its origin.
    a recurrent nerve or artery
    Antonym: precurrent
  4. (entomology) Turned back toward the base.

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin recurrēns.

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recurrent (masculine and feminine plural recurrents)

  1. recurring, recurrent

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recurrent

  1. third-person plural future active indicative of recurrō