Definition of continous
1. continuous [ a ] continuing in time or space without interruption
Examples: "a continuous rearrangement of electrons results in the emission of light"- James Jeans "a continuous bout of illness" "lived in continuous fear" "a continuous row of warehouses"
(Successful Farming, 59:12...)
For continuous control , feed 1 part phenothiazine to 9 parts minerals or salts .
Continuous administration is not recommended for lactating cows .
(Robert E. Lane, The Liberties of Wit: Humanism, Critici...)
Still , it would be surprising if what one reads did not contribute to one 's ideas of right and wrong ; certainly the awakened alarm over the comic_books and the continuous concern over prurient literature indicate some peripheral aspects of_this influence .
It is at_least possible that the capacity to postpone gratification is developed as_well_as expressed in a continuous and guided exposure to great literature .
In_fact , I can only say this seems to me to follow from a wide , continuous , and properly guided exposure to literary art .Synonyms continuous uninterrupted Related Terms discontinuous straight free_burning ceaseless dogging continual around-the-clock sustained endless unbroken continuity
2. continuous [ a ] (mathematics) of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularityUsed in print:
(R. P. Jerrard, "Inscribed squares in plane curves"...)
In some neighborhood in the f-plane of any ordinary point of the graph , the function f is a single valued , continuous function .
It is also seen that **f , since the change from **f to **f is accomplished by a continuous translation .
Thus **f is also continuous at **f , and in a neighborhood of **f which does not contain a tangent point .
A continuous change in t through an amount e results in a translation along an analytic arc of the curve **f .Synonyms continuous Related Terms discontinuous mathematics