Definition of Constant
Constant
con┬Ěstant


Definition/Meaning
(Adjective)
remaining fixed or uniform over time rather than changing;

e.g. The moon is a constant figure in the night sky.

(Adjective)
occurring regularly or consistently, or persisting or recurring over a period of time;

e.g. I am involved in a constant struggle of convincing them to listen to me.

(Adjective)
steady, firm or faithful, used to describe a person, their attitude, or their attachment to something;

e.g. She has been their constant supporter through everything.

(Noun)
in mathematics or science, a numerical quantity or a parameter that remains the same under a set of conditions or that one does not change regardless of the circumstance;

e.g. This relationship is defined by a constant whose value is known.

(Noun)
someone or something who/that is always available or readily present, or a situation that remains the same and doesn't change;

e.g. He has been a constant in my life through all of my struggles. The threat of being being found was a constant throughout their journey.




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