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5 dicționare găsite pentru method
Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Method \Meth"od\, n. [F. m['e]thode, L. methodus, fr. Gr.
     meqodos method, investigation following after; meta` after +
     "odo`s way.]
     1. An orderly procedure or process; regular manner of doing
        anything; hence, manner; way; mode; as, a method of
        teaching languages; a method of improving the mind.
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     2. Orderly arrangement, elucidation, development, or
        classification; clear and lucid exhibition; systematic
        arrangement peculiar to an individual.
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              Though this be madness, yet there's method in it.
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              All method is a rational progress, a progress toward
              an end.                               --Sir W.
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     3. (Nat. Hist.) Classification; a mode or system of
        classifying natural objects according to certain common
        characteristics; as, the method of Theophrastus; the
        method of Ray; the Linnaean method.
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     4. A technique used in acting in which the actor tries to
        identify with the individual personality of the specific
        character being portrayed, so as to provide a realistic
        rendering of the character's role. Also called the
        Method, method acting, the Stanislavsky Method or
        Stanislavsky System.
     Syn: Order; system; rule; regularity; way; manner; mode;
          course; process; means.
     Usage: Method, Mode, Manner. Method implies
            arrangement; mode, mere action or existence. Method is
            a way of reaching a given end by a series of acts
            which tend to secure it; mode relates to a single
            action, or to the form which a series of acts, viewed
            as a whole, exhibits. Manner is literally the handling
            of a thing, and has a wider sense, embracing both
            method and mode. An instructor may adopt a good method
            of teaching to write; the scholar may acquire a bad
            mode of holding his pen; the manner in which he is
            corrected will greatly affect his success or failure.
            [1913 Webster] Methodic

Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

       n : a way of doing something, especially a systematic way;
           implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  173 Moby Thesaurus words for "method":
     MO, ability, action, actions, activity, acts, address, affectation,
     air, algorithm, anality, apple-pie order, approach, arrangement,
     art, avenue, behavior, behavior pattern, behavioral norm,
     behavioral science, blueprint, blueprinting, calculation, capacity,
     capital, carriage, charting, comportment, conception, conduct,
     contrivance, course, craft, culture pattern, custom, demeanor,
     deportment, design, device, devices, discipline,
     disposable resources, disposition, doing, doings, enterprise,
     envisagement, fashion, figuring, fine fettle, folkway, foresight,
     forethought, form, funds, game, gestures, goings-on,
     good condition, good shape, good trim, graphing, ground plan,
     guidelines, guise, idea, intention, layout, line, line of action,
     lines, lineup, long-range plan, maintien, manner,
     manner of working, manners, mapping, master plan, means, mechanics,
     mechanism, methodicalness, methodology, methods, mien, mode,
     mode of operation, mode of procedure, modus, modus operandi,
     modus vivendi, motions, movements, moves, neatness,
     observable behavior, operations research, order, orderliness,
     organization, pattern, plan, planning, planning function, poise,
     port, pose, posture, power, practice, praxis, prearrangement,
     presence, procedure, proceeding, process, program,
     program of action, rationalization, recourses, regularity, resorts,
     resources, road, route, routine, schedule, schema, schematism,
     schematization, scheme, scheme of arrangement, science, setup,
     skill, social science, stock, strategic plan, strategy, structure,
     style, supply, system, systematicness, systematization, tack,
     tactical plan, tactics, technic, technical know-how,
     technical knowledge, technical skill, technics, technique,
     technology, the big picture, the drill, the how, the picture,
     the way of, tidiness, tone, trimness, way, way of life, ways,
     ways and means, wherewith, wherewithal, wise, working plan,
Din dicționarul The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (27 SEP 03) :

           The name given in Smalltalk and other
          object-oriented languages to a procedure or routine
          associated with one or more classes.  An object of a
          certain class knows how to perform actions, e.g. printing
          itself or creating a new instance of itself, rather than the
          function (e.g. printing) knowing how to handle different types
          of object.
          Different classes may define methods with the same name
          (i.e. methods may be polymorphic).  The term "method" is used
          both for a named operation, e.g. "PRINT" and also for the code
          which a specific class provides to perform tha
          t operation.
          Most methods operate on objects that are instances of a
          certain class.  Some object-oriented languages call these
          "object methods" to distinguish then from "{class methods".
          In Smalltalk, a method is defined by giving its name,
          documentation, temporary local variables and a sequence of
          expressions separated by "."s.

Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  METHOD. The mode of operating or the means of attaining an object. 
       2. It has been questioned whether the method of making a thing can be 
  patented. But it has been considered that a method or mode may be the 
  subject of a patent, because, when the object of two patents or effects to 
  be produced is essentially the same, they may both be valid, if the modes of 
  attaining the desired effect are essentially different. Dav. Pat. Cas. 290; 
  2 B. & Ald. 350; 2 H. Bl. 492; 8 T. R. 106; 4 Burr. 2397; Gods. on Pat. 85; 
  Perpigna, Manuel des Inventeurs, &c., c. 1, sect. 5, Sec. 1, p. 22. 

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