Facultative definitions

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Of or relating to a mental faculty.
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Granting permission or authority.
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Capable of functioning under varying environmental conditions. Used of certain organisms, such as bacteria that can live with or without oxygen.
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Capable of occurring or not occurring; contingent.
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Not required or compulsory; optional.
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That may or may not happen or be; contingent.
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Having to do with a faculty or faculties.
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Capable of living under varying conditions; e.g., able to live independently and as a parasite.
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Granting a faculty, or permission; permissive.
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Optional.
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Of or relating to a mental faculty.
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Capable of functioning under varying environmental conditions. Used of certain organisms, such as bacteria that can live with or without oxygen.
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Capable of existing under varying environmental conditions or by assuming various behaviors. Bacteria that are facultative aerobes can live in both aerobic and anaerobic environments. A facultative parasite can live independently of its usual host.
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Of or relating to faculty, especially to mental faculty.
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That grants permission or power to do something.
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(biology) Able to perform a particular life function, or to live generally, in more than one way.
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(geometry, of a point) At which a given function is positive.
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