- To exclaim or assume the existence or truth of.
- To accept without proof, or as self evident: take for granted.
- A fundamental principle.
- A necessary condition; a prerequisite
Latin postulātum meaning “thing requested”.
- A self-created truth. To post something.
- A postulate is that thing which is directed desire or order, or inhibition, or enforcement, on the part of the individual in the form of an idea.
- Careful thought before making a decision or judgment about something.
- Something that you must think about carefully before you make a decision or judgment.
- A kind way of behaving that shows you care about other people’s feelings and needs.
- A payment for something someone has done for you.
- Information that should be kept in mind when making a decision.
From Latin considerationem meaning “contemplation, reflection,” from considerare meaning “a taking into account”.
- A continuing postulate that a state or item will continue.