**sentential function** — n. PROPOSITIONAL FUNCTION … English World dictionary

**sentential function** — noun formal expression containing variables; becomes a sentence when variables are replaced by constants • Hypernyms: ↑formula, ↑expression * * * noun : an expression that contains one or more free variables and becomes a declarative sentence… … Useful english dictionary

**sentential function** — Logic. an expression that contains one or more variables and becomes meaningful when suitable constant terms are substituted for them. Also called propositional function. [1945 50] * * * … Universalium

**sentential function** — senten′tial func′tion n. logic pho an expression containing one or more variables that becomes meaningful when constant terms are substituted Also called open sentence propositional function Etymology: 1945–50 … From formal English to slang

**sentential function** — noun Date: 1937 an expression that contains one or more variables and becomes a declarative sentence when constants are substituted for the variables … New Collegiate Dictionary

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**propositional function** — noun 1. : sentential function 2. : something that is designated or expressed by a sentential function * * * Logic. See sentential function. [1900 05] * * * propositional function, 1. a combination of two or more propositions whose truth or… … Useful english dictionary

**propositional function** — noun Date: 1903 1. sentential function 2. something that is designated or expressed by a sentential function … New Collegiate Dictionary

**propositional function** — Logic. See sentential function. [1900 05] * * * Sentencelike expression that may be thought of as obtained from a sentence by substituting variables for constants occurring in the sentence. For example, x was a parent of y may be thought of as… … Universalium

**propositional function** — proposi′tional func′tion n. pho sentential function • Etymology: 1900–05 … From formal English to slang