The act of assuming, or taking to or upon one's self; the act of taking up or adopting. (noun)
Examples of word assumption
The built in assumption is that market forces and normal human nature can regulate the behaviours of individuals, companies and nations so that peace and prosperity will reign without those pesky elected bozos ruining everything.
The most convincing response: Because the assumption is a very close approximation to the truth, so the marginal benefits of increased accuracy are less than the marginal costs of increased complexity.
A common problem encountered with this assumption is the many variables that such a designer introduces to the investigation.
ÂAÂcommon problemÂencounteredÂwith this assumption is the many variables that such a designer introduces to the investigation.
Although goalkeeper Nicklas Backstrom can be an unrestricted free agent, my assumption is they will get him signed.
This assumption is the reason, I think, why some white people shy away from books with black people on the covers.
Also, if we have to actually deploy, unless you “book on” you are not strictly acting in the course of your legal duty (the assumption is there is you come across something).
We assume all prospective Turtles own a Jack Ass. On this assumption is the reason for the password.
For the case of FLE, the assumption is the designer has this intimate knowledge of biological materials and evolutionary mechanisms, so the descent that is caused by the mechanisms is actually part of the front-loaded design.