structure

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Dymaxion house, IC analysis, Platonic form, Platonic idea, White House, action, adobe house, aesthetic form, anagnorisis, anatomy, angle, appositive, archetype, architectonics, architecture, argument, arrange, arrangement, array, art form, assemblage, assemble, assembly, atmosphere, attribute, attributive, background, build, build up, building, buildup, casa, cast, catastrophe, character, characterization, clarity, clear-cutness, clearness, cliff dwelling, coherence, color, combination, combine, complement, complex, complication, compose, composition, compound, concord, configuration, conformation, connectedness, consist of, consistency, constitute, constitution, construct, construction, construction modifier, consulate, continuity, contrivance, cool off, country house, country seat, crystallinity, cut, cutting, dacha, deanery, deep structure, definition, denouement, deploy, deployment, design, development, device, direct object, directness, disposal, dispose, disposition, distinctness, dwelling house, edifice, embassy, embodiment, embody, enter into, episode, erection, establishment, explicitness, fable, fabric, fabricate, fabrication, falling action, farm, farmhouse, fashion, fashioning, feel, figuration, figure, filler, finish, form, form-function unit, format, formation, frame, framework, function, genre, getup, gimmick, go into, grade, grain, granular texture, hall, harmonize, harmony, hierarchize, house, houseboat, immediate constituent analysis, impression, incident, incorporate, incorporation, indentation, indirect object, inner form, join, junction, knub, lake dwelling, lay out, layout, levels, limpidity, line, line up, lineup, living machine, local color, lodge, lucidity, make, make up, makeup, manor house, manse, marshal, marshaling, matrix, merge in, methodize, mix, mixture, modality, mode, model, modifier, mold, mood, morphology, motif, movement, mythos, nap, nature, network, normalize, nub, object, order, organization, organize, pacify, packaged house, parsonage, pattern, peace, pellucidity, penthouse, peripeteia, perspicuity, phrase structure, piece together, piecing together, pile, pit, plain English, plain speech, plain style, plainness, plan, plot, pock, predicate, prefab, prefabricated house, prefabrication, presidential palace, proportion, prototype, protuberance, put together, putting together, pyramid, qualifier, quiet, quietude, ranch house, rank, ranks, recognition, rectory, regularity, regularize, regulate, rising action, roof, routine, routinize, scheme, secondary plot, set, set up, setup, shag, shallow structure, shape, shaping, significant form, simplicity, skeleton, skyscraper, slant, slot, slot and filler, sod house, split-level, stamp, standardize, story, straightforwardness, strata, structuring, style, subject, subplot, superstructure, surface, surface structure, surface texture, switch, symmetry, syneresis, syntactic analysis, syntactic structure, syntactics, syntax, synthesis, synthesize, system, systematize, tagmeme, texture, thematic development, theme, tone, topic, tower, town house, tranquilize, tranquillity, transparency, transpicuity, turn, twist, type, unadorned style, unambiguousness, underlying structure, unequivocalness, uniformity, unite in, unmistakableness, vicarage, wale, weave, woof, word arrangement, word order

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  • structure — [ stryktyr ] n. f. • 1528; « construction » XIVe; lat. structura, de struere « construire » 1 ♦ Manière dont un édifice est construit; agencement des parties d un bâtiment. ⇒aussi superstructure. « L immobile structure des cathédrales »… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • structuré — structure [ stryktyr ] n. f. • 1528; « construction » XIVe; lat. structura, de struere « construire » 1 ♦ Manière dont un édifice est construit; agencement des parties d un bâtiment. ⇒aussi superstructure. « L immobile structure des cathédrales » …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Structure — is a fundamental and sometimes intangible notion covering the recognition, observation, nature, and stability of patterns and relationships of entities. From a child s verbal description of a snowflake, to the detailed scientific analysis of the… …   Wikipedia

  • structure — structure, social structure A term loosely applied to any recurring pattern of social behaviour; or, more specifically, to the ordered interrelationships between the different elements of a social system or society . Thus, for example, the… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Structure — Struc ture, n. [L. structura, from struere, structum, to arrange, build, construct; perhaps akin to E. strew: cf. F. structure. Cf. {Construe}, {Destroy}, {Instrument}, {Obstruct}.] 1. The act of building; the practice of erecting buildings;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • structure — 1 *building, edifice, pile 2 Structure, anatomy, framework, skeleton are often used interchangeably. Structure is by far the richest in implications and the widest in its range of application. In general it denotes the formation, arrangement, and …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • structure — STRUCTURE. s. f. La maniere dont un edifice est basti. La structure de ce bastiment est agreable. ce Palais est d une structure solide. On dit, La structure du corps humain, pour dire, La maniere dont le corps humain est composé, dont les parties …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • structure — I (composition) noun arrangement, configuration, constitution, design, disposition, essence, fabric, form, formation, layout, make up, organization, pattern, plan, set up, shape, style, substance II (edifice) noun building, establishment,… …   Law dictionary

  • structure — [struk′chər] n. [ME < L structura < structus, pp. of struere, to heap together, arrange: see STREW] 1. manner of building, constructing, or organizing 2. something built or constructed, as a building or dam 3. the arrangement or… …   English World dictionary

  • structure — [n1] makeup, form anatomy, architecture, arrangement, build, complex, configuration, conformation, construction, design, fabric, fabrication, format, formation, frame, framework, interrelation, make, morphology, network, order, organization,… …   New thesaurus

  • structure — ► NOUN 1) the arrangement of and relations between the parts of something complex. 2) a building or other object constructed from several parts. 3) the quality of being well organized. ► VERB ▪ give structure to. ORIGIN Latin structura, from… …   English terms dictionary

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