enumerate

(redirected from enumerative)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

enumerate

verb be specific, catalog, count, designate, detail, differentiate, enroll, enumerare, index, inventory, itemize, keep count, list, make a list, mention, mention one by one, mention specifically, name expressly, name one by one, number, numerate, point out, specify, tabulate
Associated concepts: descriptive enumeration, enumerated counts, enumerated motions
Foreign phrases: Enumeratio infirmat regulam in casibus non enumeratis.Enumeration disaffirms the rule in cases which are not enumerated.
See also: book, calculate, define, detail, express, impanel, index, inform, itemize, mention, pinpoint, poll, recapitulate, recite, relate, signify, specify, survey, tabulate
References in periodicals archive ?
The second type of obligatory XVS structures attested in the corpora occurs when the preverbal trigger is an enumerative listing conjunct (Quirk et al.
In this section, we present enumerative results for sets of irreducible involutions avoiding one pattern of length three (see Table 4).
La phase de preparation proposee par Cyclades s'inscrit dans une perspective descriptive et enumerative tant sur le plan de la dimension epistemologique que psychologique.
Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, "The Oxford Shakespeare Re-Viewed by the General Editors," Analytic and Enumerative Bibliography n.
The sampling size and procedure of study hinged on the total enumerative technique (census) of all practicing librarians of the five selected academic libraries totaling 50 (see Table 1).
Later chapters, on enumerative combinatorics and existence theorems in combinatorics, are more advanced; and the whole book contains enough material for an entry-level graduate course in combinatorics.
The value of identifying five levels--kinds, really--lies in expanding our conception of induction to include kinds other than the enumerative induction based on statistical inference and mathematical probability so prevalent in contemporary philosophy.
In view of the complexities and the limitations of the GL, the LACELL research group opted for a strategy of sense hierarchization in an enumerative lexicon.
This paper attempts a similarly reflexive analysis by looking at the meeting of the Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to Tortes Straits (CAETS) and Melanesian enumerative strategies.
The log-linear analysis is appropriate for enumerative data that vary in at least two dimensions, and allows testing for interactions among a number of levels, as well as for main effects (Zar 1984).
EPA-approved as a presence-absence test in drinking water and an enumerative test in MPN format, the analyses is applicable in municipal and bottled water testing, beverage waters and other QC coliform monitoring testing.