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From Middle French incidence, from Medieval Latin incidentia (a falling upon), from Latin incidens, present participle of incidere (to fall upon), from in (on) + cadere (to fall).

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incidence (countable and uncountable, plural incidences)

  1. The act of something happening; occurrence.
  2. The extent or the relative frequency of something happening.
  3. The manner of falling; bearing or onus, as of a tax that falls unequally.
  4. (physics) The striking of radiation or a projectile upon a surface.
  5. (epidemiology) A measure of the risk of a person developing a new condition within a specified period of time, usually a year.
  6. (geometry) The falling of a point on a line, or a line on a plane.

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incidence f

  1. (epidemiology) incidence

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French incidence, from Latin incidentia.

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incidence f (plural incidences)

  1. impact, effect, consequence
  2. incidence

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From Latin incidentia.

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incidence f (plural incidences)

  1. incident; event; occurrence

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  • English: incidence
  • French: incidence