Associations to the word «Array»
ARRAY, noun. Clothing and ornamentation.
ARRAY, noun. A collection laid out to be viewed in full.
ARRAY, noun. An orderly series, arrangement or sequence.
ARRAY, noun. Order; a regular and imposing arrangement; disposition in regular lines; hence, order of battle.
ARRAY, noun. A large collection.
ARRAY, noun. (mathematics) Common name for matrix.
ARRAY, noun. (programming) Any of various data structures designed to hold multiple elements of the same type; especially, a data structure that holds these elements in adjacent memory locations so that they may be retrieved using numeric indices.
ARRAY, noun. (legal) A ranking or setting forth in order, by the proper officer, of a jury as impanelled in a cause; the panel itself; or the whole body of jurors summoned to attend the court.
ARRAY, noun. (military) A militia.
ARRAY, noun. The same as a microarray.
ARRAY, verb. To clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire
ARRAY, verb. To lay out in an orderly arrangement; to deploy or marshal
ARRAY, verb. (legal) To set in order, as a jury, for the trial of a cause; that is, to call them one at a time.
ARRAY CONTROLLER, noun. A controller of any array of equivalent hardware components.
ARRAY CONTROLLER, noun. A disk array controller.
ARRAY MBIRA, noun. (musical instrument) A type of plucked lamellophone, a Western adaptation of the African mbira.
ARRAY MBIRAS, noun. Plural of array mbira
ARRAY, noun. An orderly arrangement; "an array of troops in battle order".
ARRAY, noun. An impressive display; "it was a bewildering array of books"; "his tools were in an orderly array on the basement wall".
ARRAY, noun. Especially fine or decorative clothing.
ARRAY, noun. An arrangement of aerials spaced to give desired directional characteristics.
ARRAY, verb. Lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line; "lay out the clothes"; "lay out the arguments".
ARRAY, verb. Align oneself with a group or a way of thinking.
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