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Detailed Synonyms for postulation in English

postulation:

postulation [the ~] noun

  1. the postulation
    – a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority 1
    the request; the petition; the postulation
    – a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority 1
  2. the postulation
    – (logic) a declaration of something self-evident; something that can be assumed as the basis for argument 1
    the postulation; the predication
    – (logic) a declaration of something self-evident; something that can be assumed as the basis for argument 1

Translation Matrix for postulation:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
petition petition; postulation; request action; appeal; claim; demand; legal claim; orison; petition; prayer
postulation petition; postulation; predication; request
predication postulation; predication
request petition; postulation; request HTTP request; appeal; asking; bid; bill; claim; definition of a problem; demand; entreaty; interpellation; motion; offer; plea; prayer; problem; proposal; query; question; request; supplication
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
petition appeal; apply for; apply to; ask; ask for; beg; examine; file a petition; petition; pretest; query; request; require; test; try; try out
request appeal; apply for; apply to; ask; ask for; beg; beseech; bespeak; call for; examine; file a petition; implore; petition; plead; pray; pretest; query; quest; request; require; test; try; try out
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
petition address; memorial; petition; supplication
request call; call upon; claim; demand; proposal; request; suggestion; summon; urge

Alternate Synonyms for "postulation":


Related Definitions for "postulation":

  1. a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority1
  2. (logic) a declaration of something self-evident; something that can be assumed as the basis for argument1

postulation form of postulate:

to postulate verb (postulates, postulated, postulating)

  1. to postulate
    to postulate; to put forward; to raise; to introduce
    • postulate verb (postulates, postulated, postulating)
    • put forward verb (puts forward, put forward, putting forward)
    • raise verb (raises, raised, raising)
    • introduce verb (introduces, introduced, introducing)
  2. to postulate
    to postulate; to presume; to surmise; to presuppose; to suppose
    • postulate verb (postulates, postulated, postulating)
    • presume verb (presumes, presumed, presuming)
    • surmise verb (surmises, surmised, surmising)
    • presuppose verb (presupposes, presupposed, presupposing)
    • suppose verb (supposes, supposed, supposing)
  3. to postulate
    – take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom 1
    to postulate; posit
    – take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom 1
    • postulate verb (postulates, postulated, postulating)
    • posit verb
      • He posited three basic laws of nature1
  4. to postulate
    – maintain or assert 1
    to contend; to postulate
    – maintain or assert 1
    • contend verb (contends, contended, contending)
      • He contended that Communism had no future1
    • postulate verb (postulates, postulated, postulating)
  5. to postulate
    – require as useful, just, or proper 1
    to involve; to require; to demand; to need; to take; to ask; to postulate; to call for; to necessitate
    – require as useful, just, or proper 1
    • involve verb (involves, involved, involving)
    • require verb (requires, required, requiring)
      • success usually requires hard work1
    • demand verb (demands, demanded, demanding)
      • This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice1
    • need verb (needs, needed, needing)
    • take verb (takes, took, taking)
      • It takes nerve to do what she did1
    • ask verb (asks, asked, asking)
      • This job asks a lot of patience and skill1
    • postulate verb (postulates, postulated, postulating)
      • This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent1
    • call for verb (calls for, called for, calling for)
    • necessitate verb (necessitates, necessitated, necessitating)

Conjugations for postulate:

present
  1. postulate
  2. postulate
  3. postulates
  4. postulate
  5. postulate
  6. postulate
simple past
  1. postulated
  2. postulated
  3. postulated
  4. postulated
  5. postulated
  6. postulated
present perfect
  1. have postulated
  2. have postulated
  3. has postulated
  4. have postulated
  5. have postulated
  6. have postulated
past continuous
  1. was postulating
  2. were postulating
  3. was postulating
  4. were postulating
  5. were postulating
  6. were postulating
future
  1. shall postulate
  2. will postulate
  3. will postulate
  4. shall postulate
  5. will postulate
  6. will postulate
continuous present
  1. am postulating
  2. are postulating
  3. is postulating
  4. are postulating
  5. are postulating
  6. are postulating
subjunctive
  1. be postulated
  2. be postulated
  3. be postulated
  4. be postulated
  5. be postulated
  6. be postulated
diverse
  1. postulate!
  2. let's postulate!
  3. postulated
  4. postulating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

postulate [the ~] noun

  1. the postulate
    the premise; the thesis; the postulate
  2. the postulate
    the presupposition; the premise; the postulate; the posing
  3. the postulate
    – (logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning 1
    the postulate; the posit
    – (logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning 1

Translation Matrix for postulate:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
demand action; claim; demand; legal claim; legal ground; legal title; need; ownership; petition; query; reminder; request; requirement; title; urgent request
need adversity; dearth; demand; destitution; disaster; hardship; helplessness; indigence; lack; motivation; motive; necessity; need; neediness; paucity; pauperisation; pauperism; pauperization; penury; poverty; want
posing posing; postulate; premise; presupposition posing; sitting
posit posit; postulate
postulate posing; posit; postulate; premise; presupposition; thesis
premise posing; postulate; premise; presupposition; thesis assumption; premise; premiss; presupposition
presupposition posing; postulate; premise; presupposition premise; premiss; presumption; presupposition
raise acclivity; ascent; breeding; climb; heave; hike; lift; raise; rear; rise; salary increase; upgrade; wage hike; wage increase
surmise conjecture; guess; hypothesis; speculation; supposition; surmisal; surmise
take advantage; benefit; earnings; economy; gain; issue; output; payoff; proceeds; profit; return; take; takings; victory; winning; yield
thesis postulate; premise; thesis dissertation; final exam; final examination; final paper; paper; thesis
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ask ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take appeal; apply to; ask; beg; beseech; demand; enquire; examine; expect; implore; inquire; petition; plead; pray; pretest; query; request; require; test; try; try out; wonder
call for ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take bespeak; call for; collect; gather up; invite; order; pick up; quest; request
contend contend; postulate argue; assert; compete; contend; contest; cope; deal; debate; demonstrate; fence; fight; get by; grapple; make do; make out; manage; repugn; struggle; vie
demand ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take ask; claim; demand; exact; lay claim to; query; require; wonder
introduce introduce; postulate; put forward; raise acquaint; bring forward; bring in; bring out; enclose; enter; inaugurate; inclose; infix; initiate; innovate; insert; introduce; introduce somebody to; nominate; open; precede; preface; premise; prepare; present; propose; put in; raise; start; stick in; usher in
involve ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take affect; imply; involve; regard
necessitate ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take necessitate
need ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take have to; must; need; require; want
posit posit; postulate deposit; fix; posit; put forward; situate; state; submit
postulate ask; call for; contend; demand; introduce; involve; necessitate; need; posit; postulate; presume; presuppose; put forward; raise; require; suppose; surmise; take
premise introduce; precede; preconceive; preface; premise; premiss
presume postulate; presume; presuppose; suppose; surmise assume; conjecture; dare; estimate; guess; make bold; presume; speculate; suppose; surmise; take for granted
presuppose postulate; presume; presuppose; suppose; surmise presuppose; suppose
put forward introduce; postulate; put forward; raise assert; bring up; broach; broach a subject; cut; cut into; initiate; nominate; posit; put forward; put on the table; put up; raise; reap; state; sting; submit; throw up; toss in the air; toss up
raise introduce; postulate; put forward; raise adjust; advance; arouse; breed; bring forward; bring in; bring up; broach; broach a subject; build; build up; carry up; charm snakes; cultivate; cut; cut into; educate; elevate; elicit; enhance; enkindle; erect; establish; evoke; farm; fire; found; get up; ground; grow; haul in; heave; heighten; hoist; initiate; introduce; kick upstairs; kindle; lay the foundations; leaven; levy; lift; lift up; nominate; nurture; parent; present; produce; promote; prompt; propose; prove; provoke; pull oneself up; pull up; put forward; put on the table; put up; put upright; raise; reap; rear; recruit; resurrect; set up; sting; suggest; throw up; toss in the air; toss up; tune; upgrade; upraise; work oneself up
require ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take appeal; apply to; ask; beg; command; demand; examine; expect; need; petition; pretest; query; request; require; test; try; try out; want
suppose postulate; presume; presuppose; suppose; surmise assume; conjecture; estimate; guess; hypothecate; hypothesise; hypothesize; imagine; opine; presume; presuppose; reckon; say; speculate; suppose; surmise; theorise; theorize; think
surmise postulate; presume; presuppose; suppose; surmise conjecture; estimate; guess; presume; speculate; suppose; surmise; suspect
take ask; call for; demand; involve; necessitate; need; postulate; require; take abide; accept; accept a gift; acquire; administer; admit; adopt; aim; apply; assume; avail oneself of; bear; bring; cadge; carry; charter; choose; claim; collar; collect; come round for; conduct; consider; consume; contain; contract; convey; deal; direct; dive in; drive; employ; enforce; engage; exact; expropriate; fall to; fetch; filch; fill; film; get; get hold of; go thieving; guide; handle; have; hire; hold; implement; ingest; lead; learn; lease; look at; make; make off with; make use of; nick; occupy; pack; pick out; pick up; pilfer; pinch; practice; practise; purloin; read; remove; rent; rob; seize; select; serve oneself; shoot; snatch; snitch; steal; strike; study; submit; subscribe; subscribe to; swallow; swipe; take; take aim; take along; take away; take in; take medication; take medicine; take on; take possession of; take up; train; use; use up; utilise; utilize; withdraw
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ask ask; inquire
call for call for; collect; demand; fetch; need; require; want
demand ask for; call for; claim; demand; motion; need; request; require; struggle; urge; want
involve command; fetch; involve
necessitate make necessary; necessitate; render necessary
need call for; demand; lack; need; require; want
posing attitudinizing; posing; posing in the nude
presume dare; make so bold as; presume
put forward advance; mention; put forward; set forth; state
raise aggravate; borrow; bring up; build; erect; heighten; increase; raise; rear
require call for; claim; damend; demand; need; require; reserve; want
suppose suppose
take catch; take; take up; transport

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Alternate Synonyms for "postulate":


Antonyms for "postulate":


Related Definitions for "postulate":

  1. (logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning1
  2. take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom1
  3. maintain or assert1
  4. require as useful, just, or proper1
    • This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent1



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