Legal Definition and Related Resources of Characteristic
Meaning of Characteristic
Synonyms of Characteristic
- distinctive feature
- distinguishing trait
- essential part
- marked feature
- marked quality
- peculiar idiom
- personal equation
- point of difference
- specific quality
- Associated Concepts: characteristic of and peculiar to business of an employer
- characteristic of work performed by an employee
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Characteristic in Historical Law
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Definition of DefiningÂ Characteristic
In relation to social issues, a meaning of definingÂ characteristic is provided here: shared patterns of life, which characterize a period of history.