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celina [ ženski rod ]

Potpunost, celovitost.

aggregate [ imenica ]
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A sum total of many miscellaneous things; SYN. congeries, conglomeration.
The whole amount

collectivity [ imenica ]
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The quality or state of being collective
A collective whole; especially; the people as a body

complex [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin complexus.
A conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts; SYN. composite.
A compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated; SYN. coordination compound.
(Psychoanalysis) A combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person's behavior.
In psychology, a group of ideas and feelings that have become repressed because they are distasteful to the person in whose mind they arose, but are still active in the depths of the person's unconscious mind, continuing to affect his or her life and actions, even though he or she is no longer fully aware of their existence. Typical examples include the Oedipus complex and the inferiority complex.

whole issue [ imenica ]
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the whole [ imenica ]
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gross [ imenica {N/A} ]
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ETYM French gros, grosse. Related to Gross.
(Irregular plural: gross).
The entire amount of income before any deductions are made; SYN. revenue, receipts.
Twelve dozen.
A particular figure or price, calculated before the deduction of specific items such as commission, discounts, interest, and taxes. The opposite is net.

integer [ imenica {matematika} ]
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ETYM Latin integer untouched, whole, entire. Related to Entire.
A positive or negative “whole” number, such as 3–5or 764.
A data type representing whole numbers. Calculations involving only integers are much faster than calculations involving floating-point numbers, so integers are widely used in programming for counting and numbering purposes. Integers can be signed (positive or negative) or unsigned (positive). They can also be described as long or short, depending on the number of bytes needed to store them. Short integers, stored in 2 bytes, cover a smaller range of numbers (for example, –32,7through 32,76than do long integers (for example, –2,147,483,6through 2,147,483,647), which are stored in 4 bytes. Also called: integral number. See also floating-point notation.
Any of the natural numbers (positive or negative) or zero; SYN. whole number.
Whole number; entity.
Any whole number. Integers may be positive or negative; 0 is an integer, and is often considered positive. Formally, integers are members of the set Z = {. ---}. Fractions, such as ˝ and 0.3are known as nonintegral numbers (“not integers”).

totality [ imenica ]
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ETYM Cf. French totalite, Late Lat. totalitas.
The quality of being complete and indiscriminate:.

totum [ imenica ]
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whole [ imenica ]
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All of something including all its component elements or parts.
An assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity; SYN. whole thing, unit.



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