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diachrony

noun di·ach·ro·ny \dī-ˈa-krə-nē\

Definition of DIACHRONY

1
:  diachronic analysis
2
:  change extending through time

Origin of DIACHRONY

International Scientific Vocabulary dia- + -chrony (as in synchrony)
First Known Use: circa 1939

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