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EN[ˈhɪstəɹi] [ˈhɪstɹi]
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Fhistoire WHistoire
  • L’histoire, souvent écrit avec une capitale initiale, est à la fois l’étude des faits, des événements du passé et, par synecdoque, leur ensemble.
  • L'histoire, qui n'est pas seulement une réflexion sur le passé, se construit aussi selon une méthode. Celle-ci a évolué au cours du temps, évolution qu'on appelle l'historiographie.
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    Definition of history in English Dictionary

  • NomPLhistoriesPREhisto-SUF-ory
    1. The aggregate of past events.
      1. With some of it on the south and more of it on the north of the great main thoroughfare that connects Aldgate and the East India Docks, St. Bede's at this period of its history was perhaps the poorest and most miserable parish in the East End of London.
    2. The branch of knowledge that studies the past; the assessment of notable events.
      1. History and experience act as a filter that can distort as much as elucidate. It is largely forgotten now, overlooked in the one-line description of Tony Blair and George W Bush as the men who lied about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, but there was a wider context to their conviction.
    3. NC A set of events involving an entity.
      1. What is your medical history?   The family's history includes events best forgotten. ‎
    4. NC A record or narrative description of past events.
      1. NC (medicine) A list of past and continuing medical conditions of an individual or family.
        1. A personal medical history is required for the insurance policy.   He has a history of cancer in his family. ‎
      2. NC (computing) A record of previous user events, especially of visited web pages in a browser.
        1. I visited a great site yesterday but forgot the URL. Luckily, I didn't clear my history. ‎
      3. INF Something that no longer exists or is no longer relevant.
        1. I told him that if he doesn't get his act together, he's history. ‎
      4. NU Shared experience or interaction.
        1. There is too much history between them for them to split up now.
        2. He has had a lot of history with the police.
    5. VerbeSGhistoriesPRhistoryingPT, PPhistoried
      1. OBS To narrate or record.
      2. Plus d'exemples
        1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
          • What I have learned outside of what is written in this secret history regarding town and village government, we shall not here mention as it would be recorded from hearsay or secondhanded.
          • But to ignore or attempt to cosmeticize Kelly's history of political and institutional racism is a disgrace.
          • The proposed hypotheses to explain the evolutionary history of this most widespread Anthoxanthum species include autopolyploidization of A.
        2. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
          • A 5-ml venous blood sample was taken from some people with characteristic or query echinococcosis or alveococcosis images or with hydatid disease surgical history.
          • The North Caucasus are part of Russia by dint of history.
          • The human voice is the oldest musical instrument in history.
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            Liens Connexes:
            1. en historying
            2. en historyless
            3. en historywise
            Source: Wiktionnaire

            Meaning of history for the defined word.

            Grammaticalement, ce mot "history" est un nom, plus spécifiquement, un noms dénombrable et un singularia tantum. C'est aussi un verbe.
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