- an arrangement of a series of terms according to value, as from largest to smallest.
- an arrangement of a series of terms in some geometric pattern, as in a matrix.
Origin of array
OTHER WORDS FROM arrayar·ray·er, nounun·ar·rayed, adjectivewell-ar·rayed, adjective
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How to use array in a sentence
In the early 2000s came BrainGate, an experimental device that uses an array of electrodes to essentially translate the desire to move limbs from the brain to a device, which is still being researched.Elon Musk is one step closer to connecting a computer to your brain|Rebecca Heilweil|August 28, 2020|Vox
The four-minute video features an array of studio leadership talking in very high-level terms about the game's development.New Dragon Age still on track to exist, no release date given|Kate Cox|August 27, 2020|Ars Technica
Honorees traversed an array of subject matter and areas of expertise, from travel to LGBT rights.Sky News, Hearst UK and RT are Digiday Media Awards Europe winners|Digiday Awards|August 21, 2020|Digiday
Given the vast array of elements that can be altered during multivariate testing, it’s important to turn to a tool that can make the whole process of tweaking landing pages and content as simple as possible.How A/B and multivariate testing can skyrocket your social media conversions|Peter Jobes|July 3, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Athletes use a treadmill or stationary bike in combination with an array of sensors plus their laptop or smartphone.The Tour de France Is Going Virtual, and It Starts This Weekend|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|July 2, 2020|Singularity Hub
And yet we keep devouring the ever-increasing array of Jewish dating apps and sites and Facebook groups--why?
In any case, culling a manageable array from the totality of splendid volumes has with each year become more difficult.
Today, the Republicans can call upon an array of minority senators, governors, and congressmen.
The image above was constructed with longer-wavelength light, using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).
As the Dish noted recently, country music once boasted a wide array of complex and diverse political opinions.
Then affairs almost reached the point where the province was in hostile array, one side against another.
The critical moralist pauses before the formidable array of the entire social world, civilized and savage.
I intended to meet you at Oakland and take you directly up to Lumalitas, where everything was to have been in gala array.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Bruce, however, sternly refused to disorder his array, but at last yielded to his importunity.
The Scottish array appears to have made a deeper impression on the English veterans than on the English king.