continuum Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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continuumnoun [C]

uk   us   /kənˈtɪn.ju.əm/ (plural continua uk   // us   or continuums) specialized
something that ​changes in ​charactergradually or in very ​slightstages without any ​cleardividingpoints: It's not "​left-wing or ​right-wing" - ​politicalopinion is a ​long continuum.
(Definition of continuum from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “continuum”
in Chinese (Simplified) 连续体, 渐变体, 逐渐演变的事物…
in Chinese (Traditional) 連續體, 漸變體, 逐漸演變的事物…
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