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Monadic may refer to:
- In logic and mathematics, a predicate, a relation or a function having an arity of one is called monadic
- In category theory, an adjunction is called monadic if and only if it is equivalent to the adjunction given by the Eilenberg–Moore algebras of its associated monad (category theory)
- In chemistry, monadic is a synonym for univalent
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