Synonyms for Exponential:

adj.
• pert • rapid change 
n.
• exponential Other synonyms:
 Thousandfold ,
 accumulative ,
 declining ,
 depleted ,
 fourfold ,
 graduated ,
 growing ,
 increased ,
 increasingly ,
 incremental ,
 mounting ,
 quadruple ,
 quintuple ,
 sharply ,
 sixfold ,
 steppedup ,
 tenfold ,
 threefold ,
 twice ,
 twofold .
 down .
 up .
Other relevant words:
 exponential growth ,
 Figurate ,
 Fluxional ,
 Indicating ,
 Indicatory ,
 Logarithmical ,
 Logometric ,
 Numerary ,
 Numerative ,
 Pantomimic ,
 Pathognomonic ,
 Submultiple ,
 abacus ,
 ability ,
 algorismic ,
 algorithm ,
 algorithmic ,
 aliquot ,
 approximation ,
 argument ,
 arithmetical ,
 armorial ,
 average ,
 baron ,
 big businessman ,
 binomial ,
 business leader ,
 calculation ,
 cardinal ,
 characteristic ,
 commensurate ,
 complete ,
 computational ,
 congestive ,
 connotative ,
 countdown ,
 decimal ,
 decimal system ,
 degree ,
 demonstrative ,
 denotation ,
 denotative ,
 deviation ,
 diacritical ,
 diagnostic ,
 differential ,
 digital ,
 element ,
 emblematic ,
 emblematical ,
 entire ,
 equation ,
 even ,
 exponent ,
 figural ,
 figurative ,
 finite ,
 force ,
 formula ,
 fractional ,
 full ,
 great power ,
 imaginary ,
 impair ,
 impossible ,
 inconstant ,
 index ,
 indication ,
 indicative ,
 individual ,
 infinite ,
 inherent ,
 integral ,
 irrational ,
 king ,
 logarithmic ,
 magnate ,
 mathematical function ,
 mathematical notation ,
 might ,
 mogul ,
 moveable ,
 negative ,
 numeral ,
 numeric ,
 odd ,
 office ,
 ordinal ,
 pair ,
 physical strength ,
 positive ,
 possible ,
 potency ,
 power ,
 powerfulness ,
 prime ,
 proportional ,
 rational ,
 real ,
 reciprocal ,
 representative ,
 special ,
 surd ,
 symbolic ,
 symptomatic ,
 topheavy ,
 transcendental ,
 typical ,
 variable ,
 varying ,
 world power .

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Adjective
expeditious, huge, phenomenal, rapid.

Noun, singular or mass
warp.

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hyponyms for exponential (as nouns)

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map, function, singlevalued function, mapping, mathematical function.

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What are the opposite words for exponential?
Antonyms for the word "exponential" are linear, gradual, steady, and uniform. Linear refers to the increase or decrease in a constant rate, or without sudden changes. Gradual pertains to something that happens slowly or step by step. Steady means constant and stable, without drastic changes. Uniform describes something that is the same throughout or consistent in its behavior. These antonyms signify the opposite of exponential growth or increase, which refers to a rapid change or an increase that multiplies over time. By using these antonyms, the opposite of an exponential curve can be visualized, where the growth or increase is in a stable or constant manner.
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Famous quotes with Exponential

Technology has advanced more in the last thirty years than in the previous two thousand. The exponential increase in advancement will only continue. Anthropological Commentary The opposite of a trivial truth is false; the opposite of a great truth is also true.

It is not enough to receive support, no matter, how needed it may be. It is fundamental to know how to receive this support and ensure that its result is exponential.

Well, the security business has been growing. I think security is one of those areas where it's to some degree not linear but maybe exponential growth.

Quality improves with effort according to an exponential curve.

Anyone who believes exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist.
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