1not qualified or diminished in any way; total:absolute secrecy absolute silence used for emphasis when expressing an opinion:the policy is absolute folly (of powers or rights) not subject to any limitation; unconditional:no one dare challenge her absolute authority the right to life is absolute (of a ruler) having unrestricted power:Dom Miguel proclaimed himself absolute monarch Law (of a decree) final:the decree of nullity was made absoluteSee also decree absolute. 2viewed or existing independently and not in relation to other things; not relative or comparative:absolute moral standards
3 Grammar (of a construction) syntactically independent of the rest of the sentence, as in dinner being over, we left the table. (of a transitive verb) used without an expressed object (e.g. guns kill). (of an adjective) used without an expressed noun (e.g. the brave).
a value or principle which is regarded as universally valid or which may be viewed without relation to other things:good and evil are presented as absolutes
) that which exists without being dependent on anything else.
) ultimate reality; God.