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Definition of "applied" []

  • Put into practice or a particular use: applied physics. (adjective)
  • Related to or put to practical use (adjective)

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Use "applied" in a sentence
  • "Channeling money to the opposition through the SNC could also force the Free Syrian Army, the term applied to the loose-knit group of defected Syrian soldiers and locally commanded opposition fighters, to finally recognize the leadership of the SNC."
  • "Asian carp is a term applied to several related species of carp that were brought to the United States in the 1970s to control algae in catfish farms in the South."
  • "Real property meant more than land; the term applied to that cluster of privileges and rights which centered on land, or on the exercise of power which had a focus in some point in space."