adverb see proximate

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Proximately — Prox i*mate*ly, adv. In a proximate manner, position, or degree; immediately. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • proximately — proximate ► ADJECTIVE 1) closest in space, time, or relationship. 2) nearly accurate; approximate. DERIVATIVES proximately adverb. ORIGIN Latin proximatus drawn near , from proximus nearest …   English terms dictionary

  • proximately — See proximate. * * * …   Universalium

  • proximately — adverb In a proximate manner, position, or degree; immediately …   Wiktionary

  • proximately — prÉ‘ksɪmÉ™tlɪ / prÉ’k adv. nearly, closely, nearby …   English contemporary dictionary

  • proximately — prox·i·mate·ly …   English syllables

  • proximately — Directly or immediately. Pertaining to that which in an ordinary natural sequence produces a specific result, no independent disturbing agency intervening. Weaver v. Landis, 66 Cal.App.2d 34, 151 P.2d 884, 886. See proximate proximate cause …   Black's law dictionary

  • proximately — adverb see proximate …   Useful english dictionary

  • proximate — proximately, adv. proximateness, n. proximation /prok seuh may sheuhn/, n. /prok seuh mit/, adj. 1. next; nearest; immediately before or after in order, place, occurrence, etc. 2. close; very near. 3. approximate; fairly accurate. 4. forthcoming; …   Universalium

  • Creation — • Like other words of the same ending, the term creation signifies both an action and the object or effect thereof. Thus, in the latter sense, we speak of the kingdoms of creation , the whole creation , and so on Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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