The definition of homogeneous is all the same, or of a similar structure or quality.adjective
When there are a group of kids who all look and dress exactly the same, this is an example of ahomogeneous group.YourDictionary definition and usage example. Copyright © 2013 by LoveToKnow Corp.
- the same in structure, quality, etc.; similar or identical
- composed of similar or identical elements or parts; uniform
- having all terms of the same dimensions or degree
Origin: ML homogeneus < Gr homogenēs, of the same race or kind: see homo- & genus
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- Of the same or similar nature or kind: “a tight-knit, homogeneous society” (James Fallows).
- Uniform in structure or composition throughout.
- Mathematics Consisting of terms of the same degree or elements of the same dimension.
Origin: From Medieval Latin homogeneus, from Greek homogenēs : homo-, homo- + genos, kind; see heterogeneous.
- hoˌmo·geˈne·ous·ly adverb
- hoˌmo·geˈne·ous·ness noun
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homogeneous - Medical Definition
- Of the same or similar nature or kind.
- Uniform in structure or composition throughout, as of a chemical mixture.