Definition of 'algebra'
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It was like an algebra problem. Writers in Hollywood, 1915-51 (1990)A study of primary school pupils suggested some would be good at geometry but not algebra so they needed to practise the weaker subject more. The Sun (2013)But it's like being back in algebra class and working on a problem that won't come right. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'algebra'
British English: algebra NOUN
Algebra is a type of mathematics in which letters are used to represent possible quantities.
In algebra a minus times a minus equals a plus.
Definition of algebra from the Collins English Dictionary
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