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  • Subsumable — Sub*sum a*ble, a. Capable of being subsumed. J. B. Stallo. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • subsumable — subsume ► VERB ▪ include or absorb in something else. DERIVATIVES subsumable adjective. ORIGIN Latin subsumere, from sumere take …   English terms dictionary

  • subsumable — adjective see subsume …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • subsumable — adjective That can be subsumed …   Wiktionary

  • subsumable — adj. capable of being subsumed, capable of being included within a larger and more comprehensive group …   English contemporary dictionary

  • subsumable — sub·sum·able …   English syllables

  • subsumable — (ˌ)səbˈsüməbəl sometimes bˈzü adjective : capable of being subsumed …   Useful english dictionary

  • subsume — subsumable, adj. /seuhb soohm /, v.t., subsumed, subsuming. 1. to consider or include (an idea, term, proposition, etc.) as part of a more comprehensive one. 2. to bring (a case, instance, etc.) under a rule. 3. to take up into a more inclusive… …   Universalium

  • subsume — transitive verb (subsumed; subsuming) Etymology: New Latin subsumere, from Latin sub + sumere to take up more at consume Date: 1825 to include or place within something larger or more comprehensive ; encompass as a subordinate or component… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Cryptographically strong — This term cryptographically strong is often used to describe an encryption algorithm, and implies, in comparison to some other algorithm (which is thus cryptographically weak), greater resistance to attack. But it can also be used to describe… …   Wikipedia

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