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Context

Meanings and phrases

context

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n.
  1. discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation; linguistic context; context of use
  2. the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event; circumstance; setting

context of use

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation; context; linguistic context

linguistic context

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation; context; context of use

within the context

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  • dominance), and within the context of a population.
  • Other writers have viewed "Ben-Hur" within the context of Wallace's own life.
  • However "null set" is a distinct notion within the context of measure theory.

historical context

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  • Fear is affected by cultural and historical context.
  • The historical context is as follows:
  • In historical context, the book was written during 1971 in Allende's Chile.

social context

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  • That was the first instance of their interaction in a social context.
  • "Apprenticeship in thinking: Cognitive development in social context."
  • People changed their in-group identification, depending on the social context.

cultural context

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  • Fashion relates to social and cultural context of an environment.
  • Feminist views on sexuality vary, and have differed by historical period and by cultural context.
  • Over time, the cultural context shifts and morphs: new leaders, new technologies, new values, new awareness.

political context

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  • It is the political context of the time that decided his future.
  • He published his findings in 1921, and framed them in a decidedly political context.
  • Another Nepalese term is "Adivasi Janjati" (; ), although the political context differed historically under the Shah and Rana dynasties.

broader context

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  • They have been used to treat the implied broader context.
  • Many references to data warehousing use this broader context.
  • The bra–ket notation continues to work in an analogous way in this broader context.

wider context

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  • Hawking put the Paralympic Games into the wider context of society.
  • In a wider context, there was an attempt to base all of mathematics on Cantor's set theory.
  • In the wider context, the First Family may comprise the head of state or head of government's parents, siblings and extended relatives.

larger context

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  • Translation needs a larger context to determine aspect.
  • Urban geography deals both with cities in their larger context and with their internal structure.
  • However, now this field of research was put into the larger context of self-organized and nonlinear phenomena.
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