Meaning of MODE in English

I. noun see: mete Date: 14th century 1. an arrangement of the eight diatonic notes or tones of an octave according to one of several fixed schemes of their intervals, a rhythmical scheme (as in 13th and 14th century music), mood II,2, 3. \Late Latin modus, from Latin] mood II,1, the modal form of the assertion or denial of a logical proposition, 4. a particular form or variety of something , a form or manner of expression ; style , a possible, customary, or preferred way of doing something , 6. a manifestation, form, or arrangement of being, a particular functioning arrangement or condition ; status , 7. the most frequent value of a set of data, a value of a random variable for which a function of probabilities defined on it achieves a relative maximum, any of various stationary vibration patterns of which an elastic body or oscillatory system is capable , see: method II. noun Etymology: French, from Latin modus Date: circa 1645 a prevailing fashion or style (as of dress or behavior), see: fashion

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