deambulatory


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deambulatory

(diːˈæmbjʊlətərɪ)
n, pl -tories
1. a place for walking often with a covering overhead
2. (Architecture) (in Roman churches) an aisle or corridor that forms a half circle beside the chancel and behind the altar
adj
showing movement or changing direction
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Translations

deambulatory

a. ambulatorio-a; móvil.
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In this deambulatory understanding of knowledge generation, worlds are not simply represented, they are progressively and carefully transformed along a chain of translations (into numbers, charts, words, and so on) that preserve something of their character, whilst economically reducing their complexity to matters that are transportable and compatible.
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