1. Koji je u obliku prave linije;
2. Prenosno: linearni rast nečega (npr. ličnih dohodaka) znači - porast za isti procenat svima (lat.)
1. Placed to win if a competitor wins, places, or shows
2. Embracing or affecting all classes or categories; blanket
Broad in scope or content; SYN. all-embracing, all-encompassing, all-inclusive, blanket, broad, encompassing, panoptic, wide.
Crtast, koji ima oblik linije ili crte; linearna jednačina, mat. jednačina čija je nepoznata, odnosno nepoznate, na prvom stepenu; linearna taktika, voj., način borbe sa rasporedom trupa u dugim linijama; linearni crtež, crtež izrađen u linijama, tj. skica, nacrt, kontura.
1. Awaiting something; especially something due.
2. Being next in a line of succession.
ETYM Latin linearis, linearius, from linea line: cf. French linéaire. Related to Line.
1. Of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension; SYN. one-dimensional.
2. Measured lengthwise; SYN. running.
3. Of a leaf shape; long and narrow; SYN. elongate.
4. (Mathematics) Directly proportional; SYN. additive.
1. Having the characteristics of a line.
2. Proceeding sequentially. For example, a linear search is one that moves from A to B to C.
3. In mathematics and electronics, having a direct and proportional relationship among characteristics or variables. For example, the output of a linear amplifier is directly proportional to the input. See also linear programming.
A line that does not bend or curve. The graph of a linear relationship is a straight line and is often presented in the form y = mx + c, where m is the slope, or gradient, of the line and c is the y-intercept (the point at which the line cuts the y-axis).
Relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope; SYN. one-dimensional.