relating to or arranged according to temporal order
In order of time from the earliest to the latest
In units of time.
He is 67 in chronological age, but has the mind and body of someone 55.
relating to chronology; containing an account of events in the order of time; according to the order of time; as, chronological tables
Etymology: [Gr. .]
In order of time.
The chronological order of events was easy and simple to see and read.Submitted by MaryC on February 29, 2020
The numerical value of Chronological in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Chronological in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of Chronological in a Sentence
A lot depends not on chronological age but how you appear and what people perceive your health to be, the place [ age ] really affects is the issue of stamina. It’s a lot easier to barnstorm across United States when you are in your 40’s than when you are in your late 60’s. It requires a combination of drive but also stamina and the advantage Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio would have is being approximately 20 years their junior.
Today is Christmas Eve. Whether or not Christ was born exactly on this date is not important. But chronological accuracy has nothing to do with tonight's event. A grand genius had been born who preached truth and love; who suffered because of his mission; and on account of his sufferings the world has become better, if not saved. Only it gives me nausea to see how some people abuse his name to commit numerous crimes. If he is in heaven, he will certainly protest! (24 December 1886)
There was a gruesome statement he made about wanting to cut someone’s head off and kill two people with one bullet, and he planned to shoot the police, he did not have a firearm with him and did n’t seem to have a lot of experience with firearms because he thought he could kill two people with one bullet. He reminded himself in the list to raise the gun slowly. He scripted everything out in chronological order.
I think if you had to put them in a chronological order, drain the swamp is probably somewhere down at the bottom as opposed to getting tax reform done , making sure middle-class people have more jobs, making sure we’re renegotiating our bad trade deals.
Human development is a form of chronological unfairness, since late-comers are able to profit by the labors of their predecessors without paying the same price.
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- مرتب زمنياArabic
- cronològicCatalan, Valencian
- chronologisch, zeitlichGerman
- időrendi, kronologikus, kronológiaiHungarian
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