Origin of model
synonym study for model
OTHER WORDS FROM modelmod·el·er; especially British, mod·el·ler, nounpre·mod·el, verb (used without object), pre·mod·eled, pre·mod·el·ing or (especially British) pre·mod·elled, pre·mod·el·ling.un·mod·eled, adjectiveun·mod·elled, adjective
How to use model in a sentence
That’s finally starting to change, but it will take more than a few body-positive Instagram accounts and plus-size models to change that.What ‘The Crown’ got right in portraying Princess Diana’s bulimia: It let her voice be heard|Amanda Long|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
In addition, two other important models have emerged, one associated with University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and the other with Johns Hopkins University.
Teams might also transition to this model during the season.The NHL, facing more questions than answers, is still targeting a January start|Samantha Pell|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
Pauli’s concept of causality, called “statistical causality,” which Jung came to adopt as well, was distinct from mechanistic models.The Synchronicity of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung - Issue 93: Forerunners|Paul Halpern|November 18, 2020|Nautilus
They had no choice but to come up with their own thick-soled, carbon-plated models—and by the end of 2019, virtually every major brand had announced its answer to the Vaporfly.
And Obamacare of course was modelled on the health-care plan Mitt Romney enacted in Massachusetts as governor of Massachusetts.
In the beautiful modelled violin this is provided for in the rise of the back and belly.Violins and Violin Makers|Joseph Pearce
The panels were modelled on the old stage coach design, and a great bow window adorned each end.
Within, the rooms obviously modelled themselves on the one unvarying ideal.The Daughters of Danaus|Mona Caird
He always modelled his talk a good deal upon books, and a crisis like this naturally brought out his largest language.The Talking Horse|F. Anstey
We have already noted certain exquisitely modelled coins of Gaul and there are many more yet to be considered.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
British Dictionary definitions for model
- a representation, usually on a smaller scale, of a device, structure, etc
- (as modifier)a model train
- a standard to be imitatedshe was my model for good scholarship
- (as modifier)a model wife
- an original unique article of clothing
- (as modifier)a model coat
- an interpretation of a formal system under which the theorems derivable in that system are mapped onto truths
- a theory in which a given sentence is true