Meaning of definiteness in English:

definiteness

Translate definiteness into Spanish

noun

See definite

‘Ravitch would hardly disagree with Sizer that there are many acceptable ways for schools and students to meet academic standards, once we know with some definiteness what they are.’
  • ‘He stated that he liked the structure they had, such as the definiteness in the policies, and knowing if he violated a rule he would be locked in his room.’
  • ‘A well-posed problem is a problem that can be stated with enough clarity and definiteness that it is guaranteed a solution.’
  • ‘For definiteness, we assume that in the course of unit time (usually one day), events occur in the following order.’
  • ‘For definiteness, we based our simulation study on a model appropriate for human populations.’

Pronunciation

definiteness

/ˈdɛfɪnətnəs/