irrational

[adj] - (math) real but not expressible as the quotient of two integers 2. [adj] - not consistent with or using reason
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Irrational

• (a.) Not rational; void of reason or understanding; as, brutes are irrational animals. • (a.) Not according to reason; absurd; foolish. • (a.) Not capable of being exactly expressed by an integral number, or by a vulgar fraction; surd; -- said especially of roots. See Surd.
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irrational

adjective real but not expressible as the quotient of two integers; `irrational numbers`
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Irrational

Ir·ra'tion·al adjective [ Latin irrationalis : confer French irrationnel . See In- not, and Rational .] 1. Not rational; void of reason or understanding; as, brutes are irrational animals. 2. Not according to reason; absurd; foolish. « It s...
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irrational

1. Not rational; void of reason or understanding; as, brutes are irrational animals. ... 2. Not according to reason; absurd; foolish. 'It seemed utterly irrational any longer to maintain it.' (I. Taylor) ... 3. <mathematics> Not capable of being exactly expressed by an integral number, or by a vulgar fraction; surd; said especially of roots. ...
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irrational

impossible to explain reasonably
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irrational

not consistent with or using reason
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Irrational

Not consistent with or using reason; 'irrational fears'
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irrational

Type: Term Pronunciation: i-rash′ŭn-ăl Definitions: 1. Not rational; unreasonable (contrary to reason) or unreasoning (not exercising reason).
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