Meaning of supersymmetry

su•per•sym•me•try

Pronunciation: (s'pur-sim'i-trē), [key]
— n. Physics.
  1. a hypothetical symmetry among groups of particles containing fermions and bosons, esp. in theories of gravitythat unify electromagnetism, the weak force, and the strong force with gravity into a single unified force.
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