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Hyphenation sys tem
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Definitions and meanings of "System"

What do we mean by system?

A group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent elements forming a complex whole, especially. noun

An organism as a whole, especially with regard to its vital processes or functions. noun

A group of physiologically or anatomically related organs or parts. noun

A group of interacting mechanical or electrical components. noun

A network of structures and channels, as for communication, travel, or distribution. noun

A network of related computer software, hardware, and data transmission devices. noun

An organized set of interrelated ideas or principles. noun

A social, economic, or political organizational form. noun

An arrangement or configuration of classification or measurement. noun

An organized and coordinated method; a procedure: synonym: method. noun

A naturally occurring group of objects or phenomena. noun

A set of rock strata grouped by geologic time period and divided into series. noun

Harmonious interaction or order. noun

The prevailing social order; the establishment. Used with the. noun

Any combination or assemblage of things adjusted as a regular and connected whole; a number of things or parts so connected as to make one complex whole; things connected according to a scheme: as, a system of canals for irrigation; a system of pulleys; a system of railroads; a mountain system; hence, more specifically, a number of heavenly bodies connected together and acting on each other according to certain laws: as, the solar system; the system of Jupiter and his satellites. noun

A plan or scheme according to which ideas or things are connected into a whole; a regular union of principles or facts forming one entire whole; an assemblage of facts, or of principles and conclusions, scientifically arranged, or disposed according to certain mutual relations so as to form a complete whole; a connected view of all the truths or principles of some department of knowledge or action: as, a system of philosophy; a system of government; a system of education; a system of divinity; a system of botany or of chemistry; a system of railroading: often equivalent to method. noun

The scheme of all created things considered as one whole; the universe. noun

A collection of organized things; a whole composed of relationships among its members.

A method or way of organizing or planning.

High powered, premium stereo system in a car, truck or van, capable of large amounts of bass and treble. Urban Dictionary

Can mean a lot of things. Notably: Computer system: A somewhat more technical term for describing a rig, usually including a processor, hard disk, monitor, RAM, cards, etc. A weather system: An area that has an airmass of notably high or low air pressure; can be affected by thermodynamic interactions with the atmosphere, bodies of water, etc. System: In general, anything that unifies more than one thing or organizes them. Eg: healthcare system, etc. System (of a Down): System is often used as an abbreviation for the name of this kick-ass band because you want to save time for discussing how awesome they are. Urban Dictionary

You are system if you are raw at basketball. and a replacement for swag. Urban Dictionary

Another word for 'body' Urban Dictionary

A high power Computer,with all the latest gear. Urban Dictionary

Short form of system of a down Urban Dictionary

'70s slang for high on alcohol, weed and pills. Urban Dictionary

The government,police and all authority and their laws and structure Urban Dictionary

Something you shouldn't trust Urban Dictionary

System - among many other things - refers to the collective of alters within one body inhabited by multiple people. The context is almost always the highly stigmatized mental disorders D.I.D. (Dissociative Identity Disorder) or O.S.D.D. (Otherwise Specified Dissociative Disorder) which both share the defining symptom of multiple alternate states of conciousnesses, colloquially referred to as alters or "multiple personalities". These alters often have different memories, abilities, etc. and can be just as different and well-defined as any other people in the world. System refers to the collective of alters within one body. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for System

The word "system" in example sentences

The net heat flow is still from the hot sun through the system to the cold of space, the problem is that this is a *different system* than the previous one with less GHG's. ❋ EliRabett (2009)

I do understand the current system, and your point about FRB is valid _within the existing system_. ❋ Patrick Vessey (2008)

As there is a railway system and a hotel system, so there is also a _pig system_, by which this place is marked out from any other. ❋ Unknown (2007)

This is purely accidental, of course, and doesn't mean that the U.S. electoral system is any better mostly because it's essentially the *same system*, but Canada has "a lot of work to do" on the electoral system as well as on the things you point out. ❋ Unknown (2006)

Although it had European precedents, the system of interchangeable parts became known as “the American system” because it was most fully exploited in the United States and became the foundation of the mass production characteristic of American industry at a later date. ❋ Unknown (2001)

When establishing a system of records_at least 40 days before operating system* ❋ ITY National Archives (1993)

And while its 'system of national education was realised only in its most imperfect fashion, its _system of religious instruction_ was carried into effect with results that would alone stamp the First Book of Discipline as the most important document in Scottish history' (Hume Brown). ❋ A. Taylor Innes (N/A)

Over this system lie beds which have yielded in succession Ordovician and Silurian fossils, forming altogether a compact division which has been distinguished locally as the _Muth system_. ❋ James McCrone Douie (1894)

[1] By "self-satisfaction" I mean satisfaction with the existing system _as a system_. ❋ Edmond Holmes (1893)

But, though we hope they will not succeed, can we feel fully confident that we shall escape the contagion, when we remember that this system is no other than the "_mixed system_," and when we bear in mind the untiring efforts which are made to develop and consolidate that system in Ireland in every branch of education, from the university, through the model-school, down to the humblest village-school? ❋ Michael M��ller (1862)

This system, which our writers have called the _mercantile system_, consists in opposing, by prohibitions and duties, such foreign productions as might ruin our manufacturers by their competition. ❋ Fr��d��ric Bastiat (1825)

His answer was, that his style was a system, or _upon system_, or some such cant; and, when a man talks of system, his case is hopeless: so I said no more to him, and very little to any one else. ❋ Thomas Moore (1815)

That's the current system in the Canadian criminal justice system*: challenges for cause are heard by two "triers" who are either the last two sworn jurors or, if there aren't any sworn jurors, two people in the courtroom selected by the judge. ❋ Unknown (2010)

You want to look at the ones that are the system logs: ls - l system* ❋ Unknown (2010)

Prior to their research physiologists generally assumed that organisms have control over bodily functions governed by the central nervous system (or \ "voluntary nervous system\"). ❋ Unknown (2009)

Ranking system with player-ranking lists• Multitude of unique mounts• Epic crafting system with the chance to improve existing items• Personalization of player houses through individual furnishing• Reputation system• Customizable user interface with the option to use Add-Ons• Map and radar system to find dealers, resources and quests easily• In-game auction houses for trading items• Teleport-Runes for instant travel• Mouse and keyboard controls for movement• ❋ Unknown (2009)

Pick operating system The Pick operating system (often called just  \ "the Pick system\" or simply \ "Pick\") is a demand-paged, multiuser, virtual memory, time-sharing operating system based around a unique \ "multivalued\" database. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The very next day after the debate the ministerial gazette (Les Débats) declared that, satisfied with the approbation the Chamber had given to their system, it was at perfect liberty to exercise its discretion as to particular measures which do not form _an essential part of that system_; and the communications I subsequently had with the King and the ministers confirmed me in the opinion that the law for executing our convention was to be considered as one of those free questions. ❋ Unknown (1878)

[With that] system [I can hear you] a [block away]. ❋ Jt (2002)

[Some guy]: Hey Jim, I just made a new [system] for getting my homework done so I can check all the high-pressure systems on my [expensive] new system, while listening to [System]! ❋ Stephen P (2007)

[Gavin], [you are] not system, [you are trash]. ❋ Rivasquad (2013)

the more [drinks] in your system, the [harder] [the fight]! ❋ DJ S (2004)

[damn you] got [a sweet] [ass] system ❋ Dirwin (2005)

"did you [get the] new system [album] 'steal this album'?" "yea it was [kickass]" ❋ John (2005)

I had a good system [going on] at your party [the last] [night]. ❋ Cheetahcub (2008)

[The System] [fuckin] [sux]! ❋ FiendOriginal (2004)

[Andy]: The [moral] of this story is...YOU CAN'T TRUST [THE SYSTEM],MAN! ❋ YO MAMA'S BOOTY HOLE (2012)

"We haven't decided on a [system] name yet" - A system that just recently gained [awareness] of their [plurality] ❋ Liravin (2020)

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