modification

[n] - the grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase 2. [n] - slightly modified copy
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Modification

(Modifier / Modification) Modification describes the grammatical process through which the meaning of a head word, usually a noun, adjective or adverb, can be altered (i.e. modified) by the addition of another word or phrase (usually an adjective or adverb). The result of the modification of a word is the creation of a phrase. For example, nouns ca...
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Modification

Mod`i·fi·ca'tion noun [ Latin modificatio a measuring: confer French modification . See Modify .] The act of modifying, or the state of being modified; a modified form or condition; state as modified; a change; as, the modification of an opinion, or of a machine; the variou...
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modification

1. A nonhereditary change in an organism; e.g., one that is acquired from its own activity or environment. ... 2. A chemical or structural alteration in a molecule. ... Behaviour modification, the systematic use of principles of conditioning and learning, especially operant or instrumental conditioning, to teach certain skills or to extinguish unde...
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modification

noun slightly modified copy; not an exact copy; `a modification of last year`s model`
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modification

qualifying noun the grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase
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modification

adjustment noun the act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment)
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Modification

• (n.) The act of modifying, or the state of being modified; a modified form or condition; state as modified; a change; as, the modification of an opinion, or of a machine; the various modifications of light.
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modification

(from the article `beer`) ...attack the cell walls around the starch grains, converting insoluble proteins and complex sugars (called glucans) into soluble amino acids and ...
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modification

Type: Term Pronunciation: mod′i-fi-kā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A nonhereditary change in an organism; one that is acquired from its own activity or environment. 2. A chemical or structural alteration in a molecule.
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Modification

when a lender agrees to modify the terms of a mortgage without refinancing the loan.
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modification

the combination of all technical and administrative actions intended to change an item
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Modification

(n) Modification is the altering of an existing document, order, statement etc warranted because of a change in circumstances or unearthing of any errors in the original which requires alteration to show the correct intention.
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modification

n. a change in an existing court order or judgment made necessary by a change in circumstances since the order or judgment was made or to cure an error. A motion (petition) to the court for modification is common after divorce judgments because the courts "retain jurisdiction" over matters concerning the children which may need changes such as term...
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Modification

An inclusive term for the degree of degradation and simplification of the endosperm and the carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids that comprise it.
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Modification

Any work to an existing improvement or landscape improvement other than (a) ordinary maintenance or repair; or (b) any Addition.
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modification

the net physical changes that occur within the barley kernel as it is converted from barley to malt.
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Modification

1) A change in an existing court order or judgment, commonly sought in family law cases where a spouse paying support asks for a modificaiton of the amount based on a change in circumstances since the original order was made. 2) A physical change to a legally disabled tenant's living space, made because the alteration is necessary for the tenant to...
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Modification

A change to a standard figure or to a sequence.
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Modification

A change to a standard figure or to a sequence.
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modification

the act of making something different
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