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EtymologyEdit

French incompatible.

AdjectiveEdit

incompatible ‎(comparative more incompatible, superlative most incompatible)

  1. Of two things: that cannot coexist; not congruous because of differences; irreconcilable; disagreeing.
  2. (chemistry) Incapable of being together without mutual reaction or decomposition, as certain medicines.

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NounEdit

incompatible ‎(plural incompatibles)

  1. (medicine, chemistry, chiefly in the plural) An incompatible substance; one of a group of things that cannot be placed or used together because of a change of chemical composition or opposing medicinal qualities.
    the incompatibles of iron
  2. (philosophy) A consequent of a contrary.
    • Boethius's In Ciceronis Topica, translated by Eleonore Stump
      Incompatibles are consequents of contraries. For example, sleeping and waking are contraries, and snoring is associated with sleepers. So snoring and waking are incompatibles.

CatalanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From in- +‎ compatible.

AdjectiveEdit

incompatible m, f ‎(masculine and feminine plural incompatibles)

  1. incompatible

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incompatible m, f ‎(plural incompatibles)

  1. incompatible

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incompatible m, f (plural incompatibles)

  1. incompatible

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AdjectiveEdit

incompatible m, f ‎(plural incompatibles)

  1. incompatible

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