Meaning of ARRAY in English

ARRAY

[ar.ray] vt [ME, fr. OF arayer, fr. (assumed) VL arredare, fr. L ad- + a base of Gmc origin; akin to Goth garaiths arranged--more at ready] (14c) 1: to dress or decorate esp. in splendid or impressive attire: adorn

2. a: to set or place in order: draw up, marshal b: to set or set forth in order (as a jury) for the trial of a cause -- ar.ray.er n

[2]array n (14c) 1 a: a regular and imposing grouping or arrangement: order "lined up ... in soldierly ~ --Donald Barthelme" b: an orderly listing of jurors impaneled

2. a: clothing, attire b: rich or beautiful apparel: finery

3: a body of soldiers: militia "the baron and his feudal ~"

4: an imposing group: large number "faced a whole ~ of problems"

5. a (1): a number of mathematical elements arranged in rows and columns (2): a data structure in which similar elements of data are arranged in a table b: a series of statistical data arranged in classes in order of magnitude

6: a group of elements forming a complete unit "an antenna ~"

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