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- (UK) IPA (key): /ˈpæ.rə.daɪm/
- (US) enPR: ˈpär.ə.dīm, IPA (key): /ˈpær.ə.daɪm/ or /ˈpɛr.ə.daɪm/ or /ˈpeɪr.ə.daɪm/
- A system of beliefs, ideas, values, and habits that is a way of thinking about the real world.
- At the time, this way of thinking was the dominant paradigm for social scientists.
- A paradigm is an example, model or pattern, especially the most basic or central one.
- For fifteen centuries Aristotle remained the paradigm of knowledge itself.
- It provides paradigms of action and role models through which we interpret `real life'.
- (Grammar) A paradigm is the set of all word forms.
- The complete paradigm for boy is: boy, boy’s, boys, boys’, boyish.