Associations to the word «Method»
METHOD, noun. A process by which a task is completed; a way of doing something (followed by the adposition of, to or for before the purpose of the process):
METHOD, noun. A type of theatrical acting wherein the actor utilizes his personal emotions from personal experience to portray a scripted scene.
METHOD, noun. (programming) (object-oriented) A subroutine or function belonging to a class or object.
METHOD, noun. (slang) Marijuana.
METHOD ACTING, noun. An acting technique in which the actor fully immerses themselves into the character they are playing.
METHOD ACTOR, noun. An actor who employs the techniques of method acting
METHOD OF INDIVISIBLES, noun. (obsolete) An old kind of calculus in which lines were considered as made up of an infinite number of points; surfaces, as made up of an infinite number of lines; and volumes, as made up of an infinite number of surfaces.
METHOD OF WEIERSTRASS, proper noun. Durand-Kerner method
METHOD OVERLOADING, noun. (computing) Synonym of function overloading. (Some programming languages use the word "method" instead of "function")
METHOD OVERLOADINGS, noun. Plural of method overloading
METHOD, noun. A way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps).
METHOD, noun. An acting technique introduced by Stanislavsky in which the actor recalls emotions or reactions from his or her own life and uses them to identify with the character being portrayed.
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