aliquant

aliquant

[al-i-kwuhnt]
adjective Mathematics Now Rare.
contained in a number or quantity, but not dividing it evenly: An aliquant part of 16 is 5.

Origin:
1685–95; < Latin aliquantus more or less great, equivalent to ali- differently + quantus great

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aliquant (ˈælɪkwənt)
 
adj
maths Compare aliquot of, signifying, or relating to a quantity or number that is not an exact divisor of a given quantity or number: 5 is an aliquant part of 12
 
[C17: from New Latin, from Latin aliquantus somewhat, a certain quantity of]

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aliquant al·i·quant (āl'ĭ-kwŏnt')
n.
A portion that results from dividing the whole in such a manner that some is left after aliquots have been apportioned.

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