congruent congruent


  1. (adj) corresponding in character or kind
  2. (adj) coinciding when superimposed


  1. There's no way we can tell what's congruent and proportional in the eyes of the court.
  2. Californias emissions rules are also expected to be congruent with new federal fuel economy standards announced in May by the Obama administration.
  3. When our teacher pointed to the congruent lines, everyone agreed that they were entirely different.


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    The C-Tracks Citi Volatility ETN (NYSEArca:CVOL) jumped 9.45 percent on Tuesday, June 11, as similar volatility ETNs enjoyed congruent gains while markets slid. U.S.-listed ETF assets fell to
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  1. "We have been congruent with the position all the international community has manifested, and we expect the restoration of the Constitutional order in Honduras," Zelaya said.
    on Jul 9, 2009 By: Manuel Zelaya Source: Xinhua

  2. The steps, Espinosa said, "are congruent with the fight against organized crime."
    on Mar 24, 2009 By: Patricia Espinosa Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. "This year it seems to be there's always one aspect of our game that's not quite congruent with the other aspects of our game," coach Craig MacTavish said. "There are games where we have trouble scoring but we defend very well. We lose...
    on Dec 28, 2006 By: Craig MacTavish Source: Edmonton Sun

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