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English - Etymology

_uncountable_ +‎ _-ly_ or _un-_ +‎ _countably_

uncountable +‎ -ly or un- +‎ countably

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English - Adverb

UNCOUNTABLY (_not comparable_) * Too many to be counted (either by reason of being infinite or for practical constraints). _The stars in the sky are UNCOUNTABLY many. Even a lifetime would not suffice to number them all._ * (grammar) In an uncountable fashion. _Some nouns can be used both countably and UNCOUNTABLY._ * (mathematics) In a way that is incapable of being put into one-to-one correspondence with the natural numbers or any subset thereof. * 2004, Jayant V. Deshpande, _Mathematical Analysis And Applications: An Introduction_, page 55 If a set is neither finite nor countably infinite, it is said to be _UNCOUNTABLY infinite_ or simply _uncountable_. * Used as a general intensifier of amounts and quantities; very; much TRANSLATIONS

uncountably (not comparable)

  1. Too many to be counted (either by reason of being infinite or for practical constraints).
    The stars in the sky are uncountably many. Even a lifetime would not suffice to number them all.
  2. (grammar) In an uncountable fashion.
    Some nouns can be used both countably and uncountably.
  3. (mathematics) In a way that is incapable of being put into one-to-one correspondence with the natural numbers or any subset thereof.
  4. Used as a general intensifier of amounts and quantities; very; much

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