# Venn diagram

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Venn diagram Venn dia∙gram noun • (mathematics 数) a picture showing sets (= groups of things that have a shared quality) as circles that cross over each other, to show which qualities the different sets have in common • 文氏图(将集表示为相交的圆,以显示不同集之间的共同性质)
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n. 維恩圖解（英國邏輯學家維恩制定的一種類邏輯圖解）
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Venn diagram n diagramme m de Venn.
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Venn diagram [ven-]
diagramme m de Venn
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Venn dia·gram
[ˈvenˌ-]
n Venn-Diagramm nt fachspr
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Venn dia·gram [ʼven ˌ-] n
Venn-Diagramm nt
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venn şeması
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• venn-ov dijagram
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venn şeması
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диаграмма Венна
Иллюстрирующая логические операции и операции булевой алгебры - Boolean algebra
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### EN

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• Vennův diagram
• množinový diagram
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• Vennov diagram
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n
COMP&DP, MATH diagrama de Venn m
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n MATH Venn-Diagramm
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diagram Venna
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diagram Venna
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A diagram that is used to show areas of overlap between and among elements.
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лог. диаграмма Венна
(математика) диаграмма Венны (состоит из пересекающихся окружностей)
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[͵venʹdaıəgræm] мат.

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• Venn diagram — Venn diagrams or set diagrams are diagrams that show all hypothetically possible logical relations between a finite collection of sets (groups of things). Venn diagrams were invented around 1880 by John Venn. They are used in many fields,… …   Wikipedia

• Venn diagram — Venn o diagrama statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. Venn diagram vok. Venn Diagramm, n rus. диаграмма Венна, f pranc. diagramme de Venn, m ryšiai: sinonimas – Veno diagrama …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

• Venn diagram — ► NOUN ▪ a diagram representing mathematical or logical sets as circles, common elements of the sets being represented by intersections of the circles. ORIGIN named after the English logician John Venn (1834 1923) …   English terms dictionary

• Venn diagram — [ven] n. [after John Venn (1834 1923), Eng logician] Math. a diagram, esp. in symbolic logic, using overlapping circles, often shaded or crosshatched, to show relationships between sets …   English World dictionary

• Venn diagram — 1884, named for English logician John Venn (1834 1923) …   Etymology dictionary

• Venn diagram — A kind of diagram invented by Venn in 1881, for representing and assessing the validity of elementary inferences either of a syllogistic form, or from the Boolean algebra of classes (Venn was attempting to illustrate Boole s own methods). In a… …   Philosophy dictionary

• Venn diagram — UK [ˈven ˌdaɪəɡræm] / US noun [countable] Word forms Venn diagram : singular Venn diagram plural Venn diagrams maths a drawing of circles that cross over each other, showing features shared by different sets (= groups of numbers) …   English dictionary

• Venn Diagram — An illustration that uses overlapping or non overlapping circles to show the relationship between finite groups of things. This type of diagram gets its name from John Venn, who introduced the illustration in 1880. Where the circles overlap,… …   Investment dictionary

• Venn diagram — Venn′ di agram [[t]vɛn[/t]] n. math. pho math., logic a diagram that uses circles to represent sets and their relationships • Etymology: 1940–45; after John Venn (1834–1923), English logician …   From formal English to slang

• Venn diagram — Venn di|a|gram [ˈven ˌdaıəgræm] n [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: John Venn (1834 1923), British logician] a picture showing the relationship between several things by using circles that partly cover each other …   Dictionary of contemporary English

• Venn diagram — Venn di|a|gram [ ven ,daıəgræm ] noun count a drawing of circles that cross over each other, showing features shared by different SETS (=groups of numbers or information) …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English