Element

Element,

Definition of Element:

  1. A part in an electric teapot, heater, or stove that contains a wire through which an electric current is passed to provide heat.

  2. A part or aspect of something abstract, especially one that is essential or characteristic.

  3. General: Fundamental constituent part or principle.

  4. The weather, especially strong winds, heavy rain, and other kinds of bad weather.

  5. (1) Fundamental constituent part or principle. (2) One of the unique and basic types of matter which alone or in combination make up all natural and synthetic substances. At present 110 elements are known and theoretically many more are possible, 81 of these are stable (non-radioactive) and 92 occur naturally (the other 18 are synthesized in particle accelerators). They are divided into three main groups: metals (75 percent of the total), non-metals, and metalloids (weakly metallic). The fundamental part of an element is called an atom, whereas that of a compound is called a molecule.

  6. Each of more than one hundred substances that cannot be chemically interconverted or broken down into simpler substances and are primary constituents of matter. Each element is distinguished by its atomic number, i.e. the number of protons in the nuclei of its atoms.Any of the four substances (earth, water, air, and fire) regarded as the fundamental constituents of the world in ancient and medieval philosophy.A persons or animals natural or preferred environment.

Synonyms of Element

Acid, Acidity, Addend, Adjunct, Agent, Air, Alkali, Alkalinity, Alloisomer, Americium, Anion, Antacid, Antecedents, Antilogarithm, Appurtenance, Argument, Article, Aspect, Astatine, Atmosphere, Atom, Atomic particles, Autecology, Base, Basic, Basics, Basis, Berkelium, Binomial, Biochemical, Bioecology, Bionomics, Brute matter, Building block, Burner, Caliduct, Call, Case, Cation, Causation, Cause, Cause and effect, Characteristic, Chemical, Chemical element, Chromoisomer, Circumstance, Coefficient, Combination, Complement, Component, Compound, Congruence, Constant, Constituent, Contents, Cooker, Cookery, Copolymer, Cosine, Cotangent, Count, Cube, Curium, Datum, Decimal, Denominator, Derivative, Detail, Determinant, Determinative, Difference, Differential, Dimer, Discriminate, Dividend, Divisor, Domain, E, Earth, Ecoclimate, Ecodeme, Ecology, Ecosystem, Einsteinium, Elementary particle, Elementary unit, Elements, Environment, Equation, Essential, Essentials, Etiology, Exponent, Exponential, Facet, Fact, Factor, Feature, Fermium, Fire, Fixings, Formula, Francium, Function, Fundamental, Fundamental particle, Fundamentals, Furnace, Gas jet, Ground, Grounds, Habitat, Hahnium, Heater, Heating duct, Heavy chemicals, High polymer, Homopolymer, Hydracid, Hyle, Hypostasis, I, Incidental, Increment, Index, Ingredient, Inorganic chemical, Instance, Integral, Integrant, Ion, Isomer, Item, Jet, Locale, Macromolecule, Makings, Material, Material world, Materiality, Matrix, Matter, Medium, Mendelevium, Metamer, Minor detail, Minuend, Minutia, Minutiae, Molecule, Monad, Monomer, Multiple, Multiplier, Natural world, Nature, Neptunium, Neutralizer, Nonacid, Norm, Numerator, Occasion, Organic chemical, Oxyacid, Parameter, Part, Part and parcel, Particular, Permutation, Physical world, Pi, Piece, Pilot light, Plenum, Plutonium, Point, Polonium, Polymer, Polynomial, Power, Principle, Principles, Promethium, Protactinium, Pseudoisomer, Quaternion, Quotient, Radical, Radium, Radix, Radon, Reagent, Reciprocal, Regard, Remainder, Respect, Root, Rudiments, Secant, Segment, Sine, Situation, Specialty, Sphere, Steam pipe, Stimulus, Stove, Stuff, Submultiple, Substance, Substratum, Subtrahend, Sulfacid, Synecology, Tangent, Technetium, Tensor, Territory, Tewel, The four elements, Thing, Trimer, Tuyere, Unit, Unit of being, Uranium, Variable, Vector, Versine, Warmer, Water, The weather, The climate, Meteorological conditions, Atmospheric conditions, Atmospheric forces, Component, Constituent, Part, Section, Portion, Piece, Segment, Bit

How to use Element in a sentence?

  1. After reviewing employee productivity reports, the executive determined that the most important element in a workers success was his enjoyment of his job.
  2. He called atoms of the second group isotopes, atoms of the same element with different atomic weights.
  3. When examining the airplanes engine, Ricardo so that the fan belt, a key element which allows the plane to function, had been broken.
  4. There was no barrier against the elements.
  5. The hardest element of writing concise prose is often learning how to edit out words and lines that are good, but unneccissary.
  6. The death had all the elements of a great tabloid story.
  7. An electric-resistance water heater has electric heating elements submerged in a storage tank.

Meaning of Element & Element Definition