Nonlinear vs Tarantinoesque - What's the difference?

nonlinear | tarantinoesque |


As adjectives the difference between nonlinear and tarantinoesque

is that nonlinear is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line while tarantinoesque is reminiscent of the works or themes of (quentin tarantino) (born 1963), american film director and actor, best known for violent yet humorous films with nonlinear plots.

nonlinear

English

Alternative forms

* non-linear

Adjective

(-)
  • (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line
  • (chemistry, of a molecule) whose atoms do not lie in a straight line
  • (mathematics, of a function) having a product of independent variables, or a variable with an exponent not equal to one
  • (of a system) whose output is not directly proportional to its input
  • erratic and unpredictable; tending to jump back and forth
  • a film with a nonlinear plot

    Antonyms

    * linear

    Derived terms

    * nonlinearity

    tarantinoesque

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Reminiscent of the works or themes of (Quentin Tarantino) (born 1963), American film director and actor, best known for violent yet humorous films with nonlinear plots.
  • English eponyms