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/terrm"wuyz'/, adv. Math.term by term: The series can be integrated termwise. Two series are added termwise.[191015; TERM + WISE]
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termwise — /terrm wuyz /, adv. Math. term by term: The series can be integrated termwise. Two series are added termwise. [1910 15; TERM + WISE] … Useful english dictionary
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