logical

  • 21logical — logicality /loj i kal i tee/, logicalness, n. logically, adv. /loj i keuhl/, adj. 1. according to or agreeing with the principles of logic: a logical inference. 2. reasoning in accordance with the principles of logic, as a person or the mind:… …

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  • 22Logical — Lo|gi|cal [ lɔd̮ʒɪkl̩ ], das; s, s [zu engl. logical = logisch, wohl geb. nach ↑ Musical]: nach Gesetzen der ↑ Logik (2 a) aufgebautes Rätsel. * * * Logical   [dt. »logisch«], Logik. * * * Lo|gi|cal [ lɔdʒɪkl̩], das; s, s [zu engl. logical =… …

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  • 23logical — lo|gic|al S3 [ˈlɔdʒıkəl US ˈla: ] adj 1.) seeming reasonable and sensible ≠ ↑illogical ▪ It s a logical site for a new supermarket, with the housing development nearby. ▪ a logical conclusion 2.) using a thinking process in which facts and ideas… …

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  • 24logical — adj. 1 of logic or formal argument. 2 not contravening the laws of thought, correctly reasoned. 3 deducible or defensible on the ground of consistency; reasonably to be believed or done. 4 capable of correct reasoning. Phrases and idioms: logical …

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  • 25logical — adjective 1) information displayed in a logical fashion Syn: reasoned, well reasoned, reasonable, rational, left brained, sound, cogent, well thought out, valid; coherent, clear, well organized, systematic, orderly, methodical, analytical …

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  • 26logical — adjective 1) information displayed in a logical fashion Syn: reasoned, rational, sound, cogent, valid, coherent, clear, systematic, orderly, methodical, analytical, consistent 2) the logical outcome Syn …

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  • 27logical — [ˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l] adj 1) sensible and reasonable Ant: illogical a logical argument[/ex] It seems like the most logical solution to the problem.[/ex] logically [ˈlɒdʒɪkli] adv 2) She presented her ideas clearly and logically.[/ex] …

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  • 28logical — log•i•cal [[t]ˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl[/t]] adj. 1) according to or agreeing with the principles of logic: a logical inference[/ex] 2) reasoning in accordance with the principles of logic 3) reasonable; to be expected: the logical consequence of such… …

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  • 29logical — adjective Date: 15th century 1. a. (1) of, relating to, involving, or being in accordance with logic (2) skilled in logic b. formally true or valid ; analytic, deductive 2. capable of reasoning or of using reason in an orderly cogent fashion < a&#8230; …

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  • 30logical — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. rational, reasonable, sane. See reasoning. Ant., illogical. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Being in logical agreement] Syn. deducible, coherent, consistent, inferential, probable, sound, extensional,&#8230; …

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  • 31Logical — Lo|gi|cal [ lɔdʒikl̩] das; s, s &LT;zu engl. logical »logisch«, dies aus lat. logicus, vgl. ↑logisch&GT; nach den Gesetzen der ↑Logik aufgebautes Rätsel …

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  • 32logical — loginis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Apibūdinantis objektą, realizuotą programiniu būdu ir yra analogiškas taip pat pavadintam ↑fiziniam objektui. pavyzdys( iai) loginis spausdintuvas. atitikmenys: angl. logical ryšiai: dar žiūrėk –&#8230; …

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  • 33logical — См. lògico …

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  • 34logical — adjective [ˈlɒʤɪkəɫ,ˈlɑʤɪkəɫ/ a) In agreement with the principles of logic. b) Reasonable. Ant: illogical See Also: rational, biological, neurological, physiological, ical, ic …

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  • 35logical — Synonyms and related words: admissible, authoritative, balanced, binding, cogent, coherent, commonsense, consistent, cool, coolheaded, credible, deductive, good, inductive, inferential, intelligent, judicious, just, justifiable, lawful, legal,&#8230; …

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  • 36-logical — see ological …

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  • 37logical — log·i·cal || lÉ‘dʒɪkl / lÉ’d adj. based on logic; reasonable; simulated, looks and acts like the real thing but is not genuine (Computers) …

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  • 38-logical — combining form in adjectives corresponding chiefly to nouns ending in logy (such as pharmacological corresponding to pharmacology) …

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  • 39logical — adjective of or according to the rules of logic. ↘capable of or showing rational thought. ↘expected or reasonable under the circumstances. Derivatives logicality kalɪti noun logically adverb …

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  • 40logical — a. 1. Of logic. 2. Dialectical, according to the rules of logic, that which conforms to the laws of thought, coherent, consistent, sound, close. 3. Discriminating, skilled in reasoning, versed in logic …

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