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Definition of the adjective recurring

What does recurring mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. coming back
    • examples: We must prevent this type of incident from recurring. | A business cycle is a recurring succession of periods of prosperity and periods of depression.
    • synonym of recurring: revenant
    • similar: continual

Alternative definition of the adjective recurring

adjective

  1. Happening frequently, with repetition.
  2. [mathematics] Of a decimal: having a set of digits that is repeated indefinitely.

Music

  1. "Recurring" was the fourth and final Spacemen 3 studio album, finally released in February 1991, some time after the band had broken up. By the time the album was recorded, relations between the band had soured to the extent that the record is in 2 parts - the first side by Peter Kember, and the second by Jason Pierce.
  2. "Recurring" is a composition.

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Google previewThe Complete Dream Dictionary (2004)

A Bedside Guide to Knowing What Your Dreams Mean by Trish MacGregor, Rob MacGregor

Recurring dreams—when you have the same dream or minor variations on the same dream over and over—signal that you're stuck in or on something, whether it be a situation, relationship, feeling, action, or anything else. If the same things ...

Google previewDream Dictionary For Dummies (2011)

by Penney Peirce

Recurring dreams and nightmares typically end midstream without a satisfactory resolution. Sequential dreams seem to be connected in a progression over time. Stream-of-consciousness dreams contain strings of images that form a process.

Google previewDictionary Of The Social Sciences (1996)

by Hugo F. Reading

cycte series of events recurring as a whole. cyclical a. cycle, agricultural the series of agricultural ...

Google previewThe Dream Encyclopedia (2009)

by James R Lewis, Evelyn Dorothy Oliver

recurring dreams unreality—of the world as we experience it in our normal state of consciousness. The doctrine of the ultimate unreality of this world is referred to as maya. Mythologically, the notion of maya is regularly represented by the ...

Google previewSupply Chain and Transportation Dictionary (2012)

by Joseph L. Cavinato

RECURRING MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS Each business operation is confronted with a series of management problems of a general class that occur over and over again. While recurring management problems may be of a major or minor ...

Google previewThe Love, Sex, and Relationship Dream Dictionary (2016)

Your Guide to Interpreting 1,000 Common Dreams and Symbols about Your Romantic Life by Kelly Sullivan Walden

Recurring dreams are those persistent nocturnal messages, themes, or scenarios that keep showing up like a vigilante delivery-truck driver hell-(or heaven-) bent on delivering the message you are scheduled to receive. These dreams tend to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of E-Collaboration (2007)

by Kock, Ned

PattErn rEcognItIon Based on the transcripts and discussion with the facilitators we identified 16 different thinkLets and 2 recurring variations on those thinkLets. Many of these thinkLets occurred several times in the data set. Most often used is ...

Google previewDictionary of Project Management

Recurring Costs Expenditures against specific tasks that would occur on a repetitive basis. Examples are: sustaining engineering, production of operational equipment, tool maintenance, etc. Recurring Task A task that occurs repeatedly during ...

Google previewMathematical Dictionary and Cyclopedia of Mathematical Science (1872)

Comprising Definitions of All the Terms Employed in Mathematics - an Analysis of Each Branch, and of the Whole, as Forming a Single Science by Charles Davies

Recurring series are classed in orders, the order being determined by the number of terms in the scale.- When the scale contains one term, the series is of the first order ; when it contains two terms, the series is of the second order ; and, ...

Google previewHenley's Encyclopaedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades ... (1906)

Recurring decimals are converted to vulgar fractions according to the following rules :—In pure circulating decimals (those in which all the figures after the decimal point repeat), write down all the figures which repeat for the numerator, and for ...

Google previewAn International Dictionary of Accounting and Taxation (2004)

Twelve Thousand Plus Entries on Accounting, Auditing and Taxation in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia by Guy Wanjialin

recurring audit = repeating audit. recurring cost a cost that incurs repeatedly under the ...

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I bet one legend that keeps recurring throughout history, in every culture, is the story of Popeye. (Jack Handey)
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Scrabble value of R1E1C3U1R1R1I1N1G2

The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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