Complete Definition of "immanent"

English
Etymology
From the present participle of L. immanere, from im-#Latin|im-, "in", + manere, "to remain", "to stay".
Pronunciation
IPA|/ËɪmÉnÉnt/
Pronunciation guide|SAMPA: /[email protected]@nt/
rfap

Adjective
en-adj
#naturally part of something; inherent; integral
#:Love is immanent in humans.
#restricted to the mind; subjective


French
Adjective
immanent

  1. immanent

German
Adjective
immanent

  1. immanent

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