( topology ) Having each singleton subset open : said of a topological space or a topology.( electrical engineering ) Having separate electronic components, such as individual diodes, transistors and resisters, as opposed to integrated circuitry.

Whilst this book is a stand-alone title in that it deals with a discrete set of texts, it must also be seen as part of a much larger whole.(diskrit) adjective wise, cautious and not saying anything which might cause trouble.Adjective edit discrete ( comparative more discrete, superlative most discrete separate ; distinct ; individual ; non- continuous.

British World English discrete discrete adjective, individually separate and distinct.Disjunctive ; containing a disjunctive or discretive clause.View synonyms, origin, late Middle English: from Latin discretus separate; compare with discreet.