Definition of modularity in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmäjəˈle(ə)ritē/


See modular

‘As already suggested, modularity is a discipline that requires close functional identification with a pattern or configuration that will change.’
  • ‘The driving force behind the aesthetics of modularity is a transformation in the geometry of class, the shift from a national to a global process of class formation.’
  • ‘But as a formation modularity lacks the notion of semiotic play and drift that is for many the overriding feature of postmodernity.’
  • ‘In its utopian aspect modularity denies the necessity of given identities, as implied by the concept of performativity.’
  • ‘The armored division's modularity and flexibility distinguished it from the Army's traditional emphasis on organizational rigidity.’