from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or being a theme: a scene of thematic importance.
- adj. Linguistics Of, constituting, or relating to the theme of a word: a thematic vowel.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. relating to, or having a theme or a topic
- adj. relating to a melodic subject
- adj. Of a word stem, ending in a vowel that appears in or otherwise influences the noun or verb's inflection.
- n. A postage stamp that is part of a thematic collection
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the theme of a word. See theme, n., 4.
- adj. Of or pertaining to a theme, or subject.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to a theme of discourse.
- In music, pertaining to themes or subjects of composition, or consisting of such themes and their development: as, thematic treatment or thematic composition in general.
- In philology, relating to or belonging to a theme or stem.
- n. That part of logic which treats of themata, or objects of thought.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to a melodic subject
- adj. relating to or constituting a topic of discourse
It seems to me that the main thematic slogan ought to be, "Teamwork: Sometimes, It Works Okay!"
Because the thematic is so close -- or belongs so well -- to the topic area of my mapping and taxonomy blog, atlast (t), the new galleon trade blog is a child of atlast (t) called atlast (t): The Galleon Trade Edition.
The virtual collections are also grouped in thematic collections, for example, there are collections focused on the Free Speech Movement and Japanese American Relocation Digital Archives (JARDA).
Love interests in Spider-Man are not that numerous, and the lesser lights among them served short-term thematic or symbolic roles rather than long-term character roles.
About 1,700 high school students will arrive this summer for a variety of programs: over 300 will participate in short-term thematic group projects in areas ranging from culture and the arts to youth leadership; 650 students will participate in year-long exchanges during the
This year, so-called macro managers have been forced to make short-term wagers because the longer-term thematic trades haven't worked for them, Mark Enman, head of the global-trading team within hedge-fund research at Man Investments in New York, said in a telephone interview.
The 47-member United Nations Human Rights Council is set to examine widespread violations of human rights in countries such as Sudan and Somalia, as well as dealing with so-called thematic issues such as torture and discrimination.
The ending -oh₂ is specifically used for the indicative mood of so-called thematic verbs ie. stems ending in *-e- .
Still, it's a hell of a ride-an integration, to use Mr. Marsalis 'one-word thematic summation, of "high" musical culture and the "low" vernacular, in the best tradition of Copland and Bernstein.
In 2005 the program developed a new mission and curriculum that shifted the emphasis to a long-term thematic integrated course of study that would put students on "a quest for knowledge and a path to college. ''