Definition of superpartient in English:

superpartient

adjective

Mathematics
historical
  • Of a ratio: having a first term (the antecedent) which contains the second term (the consequent) once with any number (except one) of aliquot parts remaining (e.g. 1⅔,1¾, 14/5 times), as 5:3, 10:7, etc.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Robert Record (c1512–1558), mathematician. From post-classical Latin superpartient-, superpartiens from classical Latin super- + partiēns, present participle of partīrī to divide.

Pronunciation

superpartient

/sjuːpəˈpɑːʃnt//suːpəˈpɑːʃnt/