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n‐tuple

Source:
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics
Author(s):

P. H. Matthews

n‐tuple 

Any ordered set of n elements. Usually enclosed in round or angled brackets: thus, with n = 3, the triple (a, b, c) or <a, b, c>.