MODIFICATION


MODIFICATION
n. f.

T. didactique

Changement qui s’opère dans la manière d’être d’une substance. Les corps subissent différentes modifications suivant les milieux où ils se trouvent.

Il signifie aussi Changement qui s’opère ou qu’on opère dans une chose quelconque. Il faut apporter quelques modifications à ces arrangements. Votre opinion est susceptible de beaucoup de modifications.

L'Academie francaise. 1935.

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  • modification — (n.) c.1500, in philosophy, from M.Fr. modification (14c.) and directly from L. modificationem (nom. modificatio) a measuring, noun of action from pp. stem of modificare (see MODIFY (Cf. modify)). Meaning alteration to an object to bring it up to …   Etymology dictionary

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