From the participle stem of Latin coniugāre (“to yoke together”), from con- + iugāre.
conjugate (third-person singular simple present conjugates, present participle conjugating, simple past and past participle conjugated)
- (grammar, transitive) To inflect (a verb) for each person, in order, for one or more tenses.
- (mathematics) To multiply on the left by one element and on the right by its inverse.
- (rare) To join together, unite; to juxtapose.
- (biology, of bacteria and algae) To temporarily fuse, exchanging or transferring DNA.
conjugate (plural conjugates)
- Any entity formed by joining two or more smaller entities together.
- (algebra, of a complex number) A complex conjugate.
- (algebra) More generally, any of a set of irrational or complex numbers that are zeros of the same polynomial with integral coefficients.
- (algebra, field theory, of an element of an extension field) Given a field extension L / K and an element α ∈ L, any other element β ∈ L that is another root of the minimal polynomial of α over K.
- (mathematics) An explementary angle.
- (grammar) A word agreeing in derivation with another word, and therefore generally resembling it in meaning.
- (immunology) A weak and a strong antigen covalently linked together
conjugate (not comparable)
- United in pairs; yoked together; coupled.
- (botany) In single pairs; coupled.
- (chemistry) Containing two or more radicals supposed to act the part of a single one.
- (grammar) Agreeing in derivation and radical signification; said of words.
- (mathematics) Presenting themselves simultaneously and having reciprocal properties; said of quantities, points, lines, axes, curves, etc.
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