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Definition of major:
- A person of full age; one who is no longer a minor; one who has attained the management of his own concerns and the enjoyment of his civic rights. In military law. The officer next in rank above a captain.
- the principal field of study of a student at a university; " her major is linguistics"
- a university student who is studying a particular field as the principal subject; " she is a linguistics major"
- A military officer next in rank above a captain.
- A person of full age ( 21 years): an officer in rank between a captain and a lieutenant- colonel.
- A person of full age; military officer next above a captain.
- An officer next above a captain.
- An officer next in rank above a captain, and below a lieutenant- colonel; a person of full age to manage his own concerns; that premise of a syllogism which contains the major term.
- An officer in rank above a captain and below a lieutenant- colone; a head or superior; a person of full age.
- greater in number or size or amount; " a major portion ( a majority) of the population"; " Ursa Major"; " a major portion of the winnings"
- greater in scope or effect; " a major contribution"; " a major improvement"; " a major break with tradition"; " a major misunderstanding"
- ( law) of full legal age; " major children"
- ( music) of a scale or mode; " major scales"; " the key of D major"
- of the field of academic study in which one concentrates or specializes; " his major field was mathematics"
- of greater importance or stature or rank; " a major artist"; " a major role"; " major highways"
- ( British) of the elder of two boys with the same family name; " Jones major"
- British statesman who was prime minister from 1990 until 1997 ( born in 1943)
- of full legal age; " major children"
- of a scale or mode; " major scales"; " the key of D major"
- of greater seriousness or danger; " a major earthquake"; " a major hurricane"; " a major illness"
- of the elder of two boys with the same family name; " Jones major"
- Greater in number, quantity, or extent; as, the major part of the assembly; the major part of the revenue; the major part of the territory.
- Of greater dignity; more important.
- Of full legal age.
- An officer next in rank above a captain and next below a lieutenant colonel; the lowest field officer.
- A person of full age.
- That premise which contains the major term. It its the first proposition of a regular syllogism; as: No unholy person is qualified for happiness in heaven [ the major]. Every man in his natural state is unholy [ minor]. Therefore, no man in his natural state is qualified for happiness in heaven [ conclusion or inference].
- A mayor.
- Greater in number, extent, dignity, or quality; as, the major part of a day; in music, a half tone higher than the minor.
- Greater: ( logic) the term of a syllogism which forms the predicate of the conclusion.
- Greater, as in number; principal.
- Normal; as, the major key.
- Greater in number, quantity, or extent; an epithot applied to the modes in which the third is four semitones above the tonic or key- note, and to intervals consisting of four semitones; forming or containing the predicate of the conclusion of a syllogism.
- Greater in number, quantity, or extent.