transfinite-number

transfinite number

noun Mathematics.
an infinite cardinal or ordinal number.

Origin:
1900–05

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transfinite number
 
n
a cardinal or ordinal number used in the comparison of infinite sets for which several types of infinity can be classified: the set of integers and the set of real numbers have different transfinite numbers

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transfinite number   (trāns-fī'nīt')  Pronunciation Key 
A number that is greater than any finite number.
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