Definitions of "absolute"
  1. Unrestricted or unlimited, with no conditions, qualifications, or exceptions
  2. In a state where no legal influence or effect can be applied or observed
  3. Describes a decision or order that is final and not open to changes or modifications
How to use "absolute" in a sentence
  1. The power of the governor is not absolute; he must share his authority with the state legislature.
  2. The terms of the contract were absolute, providing no room for negotiation or alteration.
  3. The court's verdict was absolute, with no possibility for appeal or revision.

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