The Opposite(Antonym) of “fractions”
The antonyms of fractions are whole and entirety. The antonyms whole and entirety refer to a complete or undivided entity, whereas fractions refer to a part or portion of a whole.
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Definitions and Examples of whole, entirety
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Complete or undivided; not lacking any parts.
She ate the whole pizza by herself.
The state of being complete or undivided; the whole amount or extent.
He spent his entirety savings on a new car.
Key Differences: whole vs entirety
- 1Whole refers to something that is complete and undivided, while fractions refer to a part or portion of a whole.
- 2Entirety refers to the state of being complete or undivided, while fractions refer to a part or portion of a whole.
Effective Usage of whole, entirety
- 1Mathematics: Use fractions to represent parts of a whole in mathematical operations.
- 2Language: Use whole and entirety to describe complete or undivided entities in written or spoken language.
- 3Cooking: Use whole to describe uncut fruits or vegetables, and fractions to measure ingredients in recipes.
The antonyms whole and entirety refer to complete or undivided entities, while fractions refer to parts or portions of a whole. Use these words in mathematics, language, and cooking contexts to convey precise meanings.