- elementary ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the most rudimentary aspects of a subject. 2) straightforward and uncomplicated. 3) not decomposable into elements or other primary constituents.DERIVATIVES elementarily adverb.
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elementarily — adverb see elementary … New Collegiate Dictionary
elementarily — See elementary. * * * … Universalium
elementarily — adverb In an elementary way … Wiktionary
elementarily — adv. simply, basically, in an elemental manner … English contemporary dictionary
elementarily — el·e·men·tar·i·ly … English syllables
elementarily — adverb in an elementary manner • Derived from adjective: ↑elementary … Useful english dictionary
Elementarily equivalent — In mathematics, specifically model theory, two structures for a given language are said to be elementarily equivalent if any sentence satisfied by one model is also satisfied by the other. Relationship to complete theories If T is a consistent… … Wikipedia
elementary — elementarily /el euh men ter euh lee/, adv. elementariness, n. /el euh men teuh ree, tree/, adj. 1. pertaining to or dealing with elements, rudiments, or first principles: an elementary grammar. 2. of or pertaining to an elementary school:… … Universalium
Prime model — In mathematics, and in particular model theory, a prime model is a model which is as simple as possible. Specifically, a model P is prime if it admits an elementary embedding into any model M to which it is elementarily equivalent (that is, into… … Wikipedia
metalogic — /met euh loj ik/, n. the logical analysis of the fundamental concepts of logic. [1835 45; META + LOGIC] * * * Study of the syntax and the semantics of formal languages and formal systems. It is related to, but does not include, the formal… … Universalium