Meaning of “discrete” in the English Dictionary

"discrete" in British English

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uk /dɪˈskriːt/ us /dɪˈskriːt/
adverb /dɪˈskriː /dɪˈskriː

If it is found that certain elements have not been covered in the course, then they can be taught discretely.
Note: Do not confuse with discreetly.

(Definition of “discrete” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"discrete" in American English

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us /dɪˈskrit/

having an independent existence or form apart from other similar things; separate:

This area has four discrete neighborhoods centered around a school.

(Definition of “discrete” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)