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in- +‎ variant

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invariant (comparative more invariant, superlative most invariant)

  1. not varying; constant
  2. (mathematics) Unaffected by a specified operation (especially by a transformation)
  3. (computing, programming) Neither covariant nor contravariant.

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invariant (plural invariants)

  1. An invariant quantity, function etc.

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invariant m

  1. (mathematics, informatics) invariant

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invariant (feminine singular invariante, masculine plural invariants, feminine plural invariantes)

  1. invariable

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invariant m (plural invariants)

  1. (physics, mathematics) invariable

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