empirically definition

  • adverb:
    • According to knowledge in place of theoretical understanding.
    • Based on information gathered into the real life.
    • By research or knowledge; without technology; in how of quacks.
    • in an empirical manner
    • Based on experience as opposed to theoretical understanding.
    • considering information collected within the real-world.
    • By experiment or experience; without science; in the way of quacks.
    • in an empirical way
    • According to experience rather than theoretical understanding.
    • According to information collected when you look at the real life.
    • By research or knowledge; without research; in the way of quacks.
    • in an empirical manner
  • others:
    • In an empirical way; by test; relating to encounter; without research; in how of quacks.
    • In an empirical fashion; by experiment; in accordance with encounter; without science; in how of quacks.
    • In an empirical way; by test; relating to experience; without science; in how of quacks.

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