Independent of arbitrary units of measurement not comparative or relative as, (adjective)
In a plane, the two imaginary circular points at infinity; in space of three dimensions, the imaginary circle at infinity. (noun)
Examples of word absolute
Philosophy cannot positively represent the absolute because ˜conscious™ thinking operates from the position where the ˜absolute identity™ of the subjective and the objective has always already been lost in the emergence of consciousness.
From absolute ideas Plato ascends to an _absolute Being_, the author of all finite existence.
From absolute truths to an _absolute Reason_, the foundation and essence of all truth.
V. i.54 (121,7) [as shy, as grave, as just, as absolute] _As shy_; as reserved, as abstracted: _as just_; as nice, as exact: _as absolute_; as complete in all the round of duty.
Although the term "absolute return" has been applied to so many different style funds that it has lost a lot of its meaning, Putnam's funds, which carry no guarantees, have all met their benchmarks so far.
Its divisions are two, one of which we call the absolute inquiry, and the other the one which is accessory.
The Chinese theories, on the other hand, are based upon profound philosophical speculations and sound extremely plausible, but what they call the absolute and the finite, the positive and negative essences, the eight diagrams, and the five elements, are not real existences, but are fictitious names invented by the philosophers and freely applied in every direction.
Mr Morgan, 46, repeatedly demanded on Tuesday night that the 40-year-old Tory backbencher withdraw her allegation, which he described as an "absolute, blatant lie".
In a nutshell, his argument is that the Israeli state should differentiate between those Arabs that can show what he calls absolute loyalty to the state, and those who cannot.