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exponent
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
exponent /eks'pounənt/
  • danh từ
    • người trình bày, người dẫn giải, người giải thích (một luận điểm...); điều trình bày, điều dẫn giải, điều giải thích
    • người biểu diễn (nhạc...)
    • người tiêu biểu, vật tiêu biểu
    • (toán học) số mũ
Concise Dictionary
exponentsek'spəʊnənt
noun
+a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea
+someone who expounds and interprets or explains
+a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 a person who supports an idea, theory, etc. and persuades others that it is good: She was a leading exponent of free trade during her political career + Huxley was an exponent of Darwin's theory of evolution.
2 a person who is able to perform a particular activity with skill: the most famous exponent of the art of mime
3 (mathematics) a raised figure or symbol that shows how many times a quantity must be multiplied by itself, for example the figure 4 in a4
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

chief, foremost, leading, main, principal | great, outstanding | famous, well-known | early
He was an early exponent of multimedia in the classroom.

PREP.

~ of
a leading exponent of the Japanese flute



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