[ UK /ɛkspˈə‍ʊnənt/ ]
[ US /ˈɛkˌspoʊnənt/ ]
  1. a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea
  2. someone who expounds and interprets or explains
  3. a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
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How To Use exponent In A Sentence

  • This is exponential growth, constant doubling. The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium
  • Exponible propositions generally break down into elements that are called exponent propositions; they explain or expound what is going on in the exponible proposition. Archive 2005-01-01
  • This "reflection upon itself" part could lead to a theory of subjectivity, that, like Deleuze's "intensities," would manifest, exponentially, more concentrated wave interaction i.e. in itself, in the body; of the body itself, leading to thought? Archive 2005-10-01
  • In France Zola was the dominant practitioner of naturalism in prose fiction and the chief exponent of its doctrines.
  • And there is no finer exponent of acute angles than the man who has won a record 60 consecutive matches on clay. Times, Sunday Times
  • They delivered emergency aid to the camps, not to stricken neighbourhoods, thereby ensuring the exponential growth of those camps. Times, Sunday Times
  • Therefore, the wear rate of rhino teeth, in terms of crown height, may decrease exponentially with age.
  • And you've only antagonized terrorists and exponentially increased their numbers by being there. CNN Poll: Afghanistan War opposition at all-time high
  • Growth, being exponential in nature, will rapidly swamp the essentially linear savings by efficiency gains. Times, Sunday Times
  • Having learned that lies procreate exponentially, Rosas was forced to implement some rules and demand discretion. HAVANA BEST FRIENDS
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