
Definition of Resultant
1. Noun. The final point in a process.
2. Adjective. Following or accompanying as a consequence. "The resultant savings were considerable"
Similar to: Subsequent
Derivative terms: Attend, Attendant, Concomitance, Consequence, Result, Result
3. Noun. Something that results. "He listened for the results on the radio"
Generic synonyms: Conclusion, Ending, Finish
Specialized synonyms: Denouement, Deal, Decision, Decision, Aftermath, Consequence, Just Deserts, Poetic Justice, Separation, Sequel, Subsequence, Worst
Derivative terms: Result, Result
4. Noun. A vector that is the sum of two or more other vectors.
Definition of Resultant
1. a. Resulting or issuing from a combination; existing or following as a result or consequence.
2. n. That which results.
Definition of Resultant
1. Adjective. following as a result or consequence of something ¹
2. Noun. anything that results from something else; an outcome ¹
3. Noun. (mathematics) a vector that is the vector sum of multiple vectors ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Resultant
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Medical Definition of Resultant
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1. Resulting or issuing from a combination; existing or following as a result or consequence.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resultant
Literary usage of Resultant
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mechanics: A Textbook for Engineers by James Ellsworth Boyd (1921)
"resultant and Components.—It is an experimental fact that the resultant of two
... Starting from this fact, it has been shown that the resultant of any ..."
2. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"There are two kinds of resultant tones, the Differential and the Sum ...
Ну practice, however, the resultant tones can be distinguished on the piano also. ..."
3. Applied Mechanics by Alfred Peter Poorman (1917)
"Combine these into their resultant AC which acts through the point of ...
The amount and the direction of the resultant are given by the algebraic sum of ..."
4. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by James Clerk Maxwell (1904)
"resultant Intensity at a Point. 68.] In order to simplify the mathematical process,
it is convenient to consider the action of an ..."
5. The Theory of Light by Thomas Preston (1890)
"resultant of a system of similar Vibrations. angle a, with OX, similarly draw OQ
... Then OP2 represents the resultant of the vibrations a, and af Similarly ..."
6. Mathematical Crystallography and the Theory of Groups of Movements by Harold Hilton (1903)
"Now consider the resultant of a screw Bfti < and the rotatory reflexion A(a).
... This can be immediately extended, and we obtain:— The resultant R of any ..."