analytical definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or related to analysis; resolving into elements or constituent parts; as, an analytical experiment
    • Analytic reasoning rather than synthetic.
    • of or related to analysis (definition 2).
    • of a proposition; fundamentally real separate of fact or experience, eg “all spinsters tend to be unmarried”. Opposite of synthetic.
    • working out or involving cautious analytical evaluations.
    • capable of or provided to analyzing; -- of people.
    • of a proposition that is fundamentally real separate of-fact or experience
    • making use of or skilled in using evaluation (for example., breaking up a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental components or basic principles)
    • Of or with respect to analysis; solving into elements or constituent parts; because, an analytical research
    • Analytic reasoning instead of synthetic.
    • of or related to evaluation (meaning 2).
    • of a proposition; always true separate of fact or knowledge, such as for example “all spinsters are unmarried”. Reverse of synthetic.
    • working out or concerning careful analytical evaluations.
    • with the capacity of or given to examining; -- of people.
    • of a proposition which necessarily true separate of-fact or encounter
    • using or skilled in using analysis (in other words., breaking up a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental components or basics)

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