Meaning of indeterminately in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪndɪˈtəːmɪnətli/


See indeterminate

‘The distorted fragments often appear androgynous, but even when gender is evident, it becomes clear that the video treats male and female bodies indeterminately.’
  • ‘The unlined, irregularly shaped, indeterminately sized chambers suggest that the new trace was the domicile for an arthropod, perhaps an amphipod-like or an isopod-like crustacean.’
  • ‘The consequence of this legislation is that people who may well not commit a further crime can be detained indeterminately, in effect, for the rest of their lives.’
  • ‘Further complicating the scene, the even ground surrounding this support is indeterminately located in space.’
  • ‘Evidence of this nature is admissible to show what the parties had in mind, however indeterminately, with regard to the basis of remuneration.’