Produžnost, neprekidnost (supr. diskretnost, diskontinuitet); produžavanje, stalno trajanje; neprekidna veza, prisna povezanost; kontinuitet svesti, psih. neophodan uslov logičkog mišljenja, jer bi bez njega uporedna delatnost mišljenja bila nemoguća. (lat.)
ETYM Latin continuitas: cf. French continuité. Related to Continuous.
1. Uninterrupted connection or union.
2. The property of a continuous and connected period of time; SYN. persistence.
3. A detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot.
A continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct of distinguishable from adjacent parts.
(pl. -nua) something that is entirely continuous and homogeneous, and can be described only by reference to other things; something containing one common recognisable factor in a multitude of parts or variations. space-time continuum, area of four dimensions (three of space, and one of time) in which everything may be determined.
In mathematics, a set that is infinite and everywhere continuous, such as the set of points on a line.