## EnglishEdit

### EtymologyEdit

From Latin *modulō*, ablative of *modulus* (“a measure”).

### PronunciationEdit

- IPA
^{(key)}: /ˈmɒdjʊləʊ/

### PrepositionEdit

**modulo**

- (mathematics) Given a specified modulus of.
*21 and 84 are congruent to each other***modulo**9, since both numbers leave the same remainder, 3, when divided by 9.*Thus 21***modulo**9 is 3, because when 21 is divided by 9, the remainder is 3.

- (jargon or colloquial) Except for differences accounted for by.
*"A is the same as B***modulo**C" means A is the same as B except for differences accounted for by C.

**1990**, Margaret Speas,*Phrase Structure in Natural Language*, p. 281:- Thus, the underlying structure which I would assign to Navajo will be identical,
**modulo**word order, to the one that we found to be projected in all of the languages studied in chapter 3.

- Thus, the underlying structure which I would assign to Navajo will be identical,
**2002**, Richard Arneson, "Egalitarianism", in*The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy*:- Moreover, in the role of consumer, each individual (
**modulo**his location) faces the same array of goods and services on sale to anyone who can pay the purchase price[.]

- Moreover, in the role of consumer, each individual (

- (The addition of quotations indicative of this usage is being sought): (extended use) With due allowance for (a specified exception or particular detail).
*The "tail recursion***modulo**cons" technique allows functions that would be tail recursive but for a cons call to be transformed into a tail recursive form.*All mammals,***modulo**the monotremes, give birth to live young.

#### SynonymsEdit

- (except for differences accounted for by): up to

#### TranslationsEdit

### NounEdit

**modulo** (*uncountable*)

### See alsoEdit

## CatalanEdit

## ItalianEdit

### NounEdit

**modulo** m (*plural* **moduli**)

#### Related termsEdit

### VerbEdit

**modulo**

- first-person singular present indicative of
*modulare*