Synthetic

Compounded in the laboratory, as opposed to occurring naturally. A crop plant line or variety produced by combining genes unlikely to occur in nature; lines having a high general combining ability.

Synthetic

Synthesis, the combination of two or more parts, whether by design or by natural processes. Furthermore, it may imply being prepared or made artificially, in contrast to naturally. ==In the sense of combination== ==In the sense of artificial== ==In the sense of both== ...
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Synthetic

• (a.) Alt. of Synthetical
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synthetic

adjective not genuine or natural; `counterfeit rhetoric that flourishes when passions are synthetic`- George Will
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synthetic

(material) Any material made from chemicals. Since the 1900s, more and more of the materials used in everyday life are synthetics, including plastics (polythene, polystyrene), synthetic fibres (nylon, acrylics, polyesters), synthetic resins, and synthetic rubber. Most naturally occurring organ...
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synthetic

a compound made artificially by chemical reactions
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Synthetic

A fiber which has been man-made through the use of chemical combinations. Synthetic fibers often have increased durability, strength and resistance to the elements.
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synthetic

A language which is characterised by an extensive inflectional morphology, e.g. Latin and Modern German. This type contrasts with analytic and can be taken to have developed historically from the latter through centuries of change during which words fused together to give compound forms. For this reason new languages, like pidgins and creoles, are ...
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Synthetic

A man-made gemstone that has nearly the same physical,optical and chemical properties of a natural gemstone. Lab-growngemstone.
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synthetic

a statement or item of knowledge which is known to be true because of its connection with some intuition. (Cf. analytic.)
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synthetic

a statement or item of knowledge which is known to be true because of its connection with some intuition. (Cf. analytic.)
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Synthetic

A strategy of buying a combination of futures and put options to achieve the equivalent position of buying a call option or buying a combination of futures and call options to achieve the equivalent position of buying a put option.
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Synthetic

A substance manufactured by chemical synthesis.
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synthetic

a term used to describe substances that do not occur naturally. Synthetic products don't rely on natural processes in the way organic products do, so they can offer more control and work more quickly when applied to plants and soil. See also: organic.
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Synthetic

An artificially produced substance (made in a laboratory) designed to imitate that which occurs naturally.
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Synthetic

Artificially produced, not of natural origin.
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synthetic

As a noun: Customized hybrid instruments created by blending an underlying price on a cash instrument with the price of a derivative instrument. It is a combination of security holdings which mimics the price movement of another, single security (i.e., synthetic call: long position in a stock combined with a put on that position; a protected long s...
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synthetic

as applied to gemstones this term indicates any man-made material that is virtually the same as the natural material -- cf. simulant.
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synthetic

Best understood as the opposite of
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Synthetic

Describes a substance which has been manufactured by building up a complex structure from simpler chemical substances.
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synthetic

Having to do with substances that are man-made instead of taken from nature.
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synthetic

In philosophy, a term employed by Kant to describe a judgement in which the predicate is...
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Synthetic

It describes an artificial substance.
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Synthetic

Man-made material created with combination of chemicals that are durable.
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synthetic

Manmade fiber or material, as opposed to natural or organic material, which is made from plant or animal products. Examples include cotton, wool and leather.
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