Date: | 1500-1600 |

Language: | Latin |

Origin: | , present participle of exponere; EXPOSE |

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ex‧po‧nent [countable]

1 an exponent of an idea, belief etc tries to explain it and persuade others that it is good or useful

2 an exponent of a particular skill, idea, or activity is someone who is good at it ** exponent of**

The most famous exponent of this approach to art was probably Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

3 technicalHMN a sign written above and to the right of a number or letter to show how many times that quantity is to be multiplied by itself

Definition of exponent from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English within

the topic NUMBERS

the topic NUMBERS

add
addition
bi-
billion
calculate
constant
D
demi-
division
eight
eleven
equal(a)
equal(v)
even
factor(n)
factor(v)
fifth
fig.
figure
five
four
fourth
gross
hundred
L
M
million
multiple
-nd
negative
nine
No.
nos.
number
O
one
pi
plot
point
positive
product
-rd
root
round
score
second
set
six
square(n)
square(v)
-st
sum
take
ten
thousand
three
tri-
twenty
twice
unit
V
X
zero

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