Adjective(1) all of the same or similar kind or nature
(1) The sample was very homogeneous , consisting primarily of well-educated White women.(2) These findings confirmed the contention that when considering competence and self-esteem, single-parent children cannot be treated as a homogeneous group.(3) It is a crime committed not against members of ethnically or racially or religiously diverse groups but only against members of ethnically or racially or religiously homogeneous groups.(4) The study shows that property taxes are most regressive in municipalities where homeowner incomes vary widely but property values are relatively homogeneous .(5) As a result, they end up with very homogeneous institutions, like major media, which reflect the world view of a self-selecting few.(6) In 1983, three pairs of permanent plots, each 5 x 5 m, were established in the study wood in sites with homogeneous vegetation.(7) Here is a homogeneous equation in which the total degree of both the numerator and the denominator of the right-hand side is 2.(8) At the beginning of the experiments, seedlings were homogeneous in terms of length.(9) However, these results were based on a sample of university men who were fairly homogeneous in age, sexual experience, and frequency of intercourse.(10) There is little doubt that if this were a more racially homogeneous country, capital punishment would have gone the way of the dodo bird 30 years ago.(11) We need to have homogeneous traffic if the problem of jams and slow moving traffic is to be solved.(12) Until the Second World War nearly all the countries of Europe had very homogeneous populations and very little recent experience of immigration.(13) The Kurds are more homogeneous than Iraqis as a whole, and yet even in the Kurdish areas, for about four years, there was essentially civil war.(14) The thousands of offenders released each year from Colorado prisons cannot be treated as an homogeneous group nor assisted in a standardized manner.(15) With few exceptions, non-quadratic homogeneous polynomials have received little attention as possible candidates for yield functions.(16) This is what you do with homogeneous differential equations.
(1) homogeneous mixture :: خليط متجانس
1. uniform ::
2. identical ::
3. unvaried ::
4. consistent ::
5. indistinguishable ::
لا يمكن تميزه
6. homologous ::
8. alike ::
على حد سواء
9. similar ::
10. the same ::
11. much the same ::
الى حد كبير نفس
12. all of a piece ::
13. melting-pot ::
Different Formshomogeneous, homogeneously
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