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Alteration Definition of Alteration by Merriam-Webster.
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Alteration Wikipedia.
Look up alteration in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. In music, alteration is the use of a neighboring pitch in the chromatic scale in place of its diatonic neighbor. Alteration may also refer to.: in the mensural notation used by renaissance music, alteration is the lengthening of a breve, semibreve or minim in particular rhythmic contexts.
ALTERATION meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
an alteration to sth Some alterations to our original plans might be necessary. If you have made any alterations since you last saved the document, a warning message will appear. significant/major alteration The report's' recommendations should be adopted without major alteration.
alteration noun Definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage notes Oxford Advanced Learner's' Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com.
Word Origin late Middle English: from Old French, or from late Latin alteration, from the verb alterare, from Latin alter other. See alteration in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary See alteration in the Oxford Learner's' Dictionary of Academic English. Check pronunciation: alteration.
Alteration definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Hydrothermal alteration is a complex process involving mineralogical, chemical and textural changes, resulting from the interaction of hot aqueous fluids with the rocks through which they circulate. An alteration is a change in the physical structure or substance of the earth.

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