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noun 
  1. a modal auxiliary
adjective 
  1. of, or relating to a mode
  2. (grammar) of, relating to, or describing the mood of a clause
  3. (music) of, relating to, or composed in the moods of medieval ecclesiastical music
  4. (logic) of, or relating to modality
  5. (computer science) requiring immediate user interaction (often used as modal dialog or modal window)
Etymology: From French, modal.


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