thesis

  • 21thesis — 01. He did an analysis of the way children learn language for his Master s [thesis]. 02. He did his doctoral [thesis] on the marriage customs of slaves living in ancient Rome. 03. I figure that it will take me three more months to finish my… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 22thesis — n. research paper 1) to write a thesis 2) a doctoral, Ph. D.; master s thesis proposition, hypothesis 3) to advance, propose; test a thesis 4) to challenge; refute a thesis 5) a thesis about, on 6) a thesis that + clause (these developments… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 23thesis */*/ — UK [ˈθiːsɪs] / US [ˈθɪsɪs] noun [countable] Word forms thesis : singular thesis plural theses UK [ˈθiːsiːz] / US [ˈθɪˌsɪz] 1) a long piece of writing that is the final part of an advanced university degree thesis on: He wrote a doctoral thesis on …

    English dictionary

  • 24thesis — the|sis [ˈθi:sıs] n plural theses [ si:z] [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: Greek, act of laying down , from tithenai to put, lay down ] 1.) a long piece of writing about a particular subject that you do as part of an advanced university degree… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 25thesis — the|sis [ θisıs ] (plural the|ses [ θi,siz ] ) noun count ** 1. ) a long piece of writing that is the final part of an advanced university degree: thesis on: He wrote a doctoral thesis on the works of Carlo Crivelli. 2. ) FORMAL an idea, opinion …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 26thesis — [[t]θi͟ːsiːz[/t]] theses 1) N COUNT A thesis is an idea or theory that is expressed as a statement and is discussed in a logical way. This thesis does not stand up to close inspection. ...proponents of the thesis that computers can be programmed… …

    English dictionary

  • 27Thesis — En la mitología griega, Thesis o Thetis (en griego antiguo Θεσις o Θετις, ‘creación’) era la diosa primordial de la creación, identificándosele con Fusis (la Naturaleza). Era la forma primigenia de la nereida Tetis, la embarrada mezcla de… …

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  • 28Thesis — The|sis 〈f.; , The|sen〉 1. 〈grch. Metrik〉 betonter, langer Taktteil; Ggs Arsis (1) 2. 〈röm. Metrik〉 unbetonter, kurzer Taktteil 3. 〈moderne Metrik〉 = Hebung (4) 4. 〈Mus.〉 betonter, vom Senken der Hand begleiteter Taktteil [→ These] * * * Thẹsis… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 29thesis — /thee sis/, n., pl. theses / seez/. 1. a proposition stated or put forward for consideration, esp. one to be discussed and proved or to be maintained against objections: He vigorously defended his thesis on the causes of war. 2. a subject for a… …

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  • 30Thesis — The|sis die; , Thesen <über lat. thesis aus gr. thésis »das Auftreten des Fußes«>: 1. a) betonter Taktteil im altgriech. Versfuß; b) abwärtsgeführter Schlag beim musikalischen Taktieren; Ggs. ↑Arsis 2. unbeto …

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  • 31thesis — [14] Greek thésis meant literally a ‘placing’ or ‘laying down’ (it was derived from the verb tithénai ‘put, place’, which also gave English apothecary). It evolved metaphorically to ‘proposition’, and passed in this sense via late Latin thesis… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 32thesis — noun plural theses, (C) 1 a long piece of writing about a particular subject that you do as part of an advanced university degree such as an MA or a PhD: Writing a thesis on dance clubs is not as strange as it seems. 2 formal an idea or theory… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 33thesis — noun 1) the central thesis of his lecture Syn: theory, contention, argument, line of argument, proposal, proposition, idea, claim, premise, assumption, hypothesis, postulation, supposition 2) a doctoral thesis …

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  • 34thesis — noun 1) the central thesis of his lecture Syn: theory, contention, argument, proposal, proposition, premise, assumption, hypothesis 2) a doctoral thesis Syn: dissertation, essay, pa …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 35thesis — the•sis [[t]ˈθi sɪs[/t]] n. pl. ses ( sēz). 1) a proposition stated or put forward for consideration, esp. one to be discussed and proved or to be maintained against objections 2) a subject for a composition or essay 3) a formal paper… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 36thesis — [14] Greek thésis meant literally a ‘placing’ or ‘laying down’ (it was derived from the verb tithénai ‘put, place’, which also gave English apothecary). It evolved metaphorically to ‘proposition’, and passed in this sense via late Latin thesis… …

    Word origins

  • 37Thesis — En la mitología griega, Thesis o Thetis (en griego Θεσις o Θετις, «creación») era la diosa primordial de la creación. Era la forma primigenia de la nereida Tetis, la embarrada mezcla de elementos de la que nació toda la creación. No tuvo… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 38thesis — n 1. proposition, argument, side, opinion, view, belief; theory, theorem, hypothesis, idea, supposition, assumption, premise, conjecture, axiom, postulate; statement, declaration, assertion, allegation, charge; question, topic under discussion or …

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  • 39thesis — noun (plural theses) Etymology: in sense 1, Middle English, lowering of the voice, from Late Latin & Greek; Late Latin, from Greek, downbeat, more important part of a foot, literally, act of laying down; in other senses, Latin, from Greek,… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 40thesis — См. tesi …

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