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see synonyms of analytically


1. analytically

by virtue of analysis

Example Sentences:
'assuming that the distinction is maintained one may ask which is to be analytically prior?'

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see synonyms of analytically
relating to analysis
capable of or given to analysing
an analytic mind
3. Also: isolating linguistics
denoting languages, such as Chinese, whose morphology is characterized by analysis
Compare synthetic (sense 3), agglutinative (sense 2), polysynthetic
4. logic (of a proposition)
true by virtue of the meanings of the words alone without reference to the facts, as all spinsters are unmarried
true or false by virtue of meaning alone; so all spinsters are married is analytically false
Compare synthetic (sense 4), a priori
5. Also: regular, holomorphic mathematics
(of a function of a complex variable) having a derivative at each point of its domain

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see synonyms of analytically
of analysis or analytics
that separates into constituent parts
skilled in or using analysis
an analytic mind
4.  Linguistics
expressing syntactic relationships by the use of uninflected function words instead of inflections (Ex.: in English, more often instead of oftener)
5.  Logic
necessarily true by virtue of the meaning of its component terms alone, without reference to external fact, and with its denial resulting in self-contradiction; tautologous
an analytic proposition
see also synthetic

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see synonyms of analytically
a. Of or relating to analysis or analytics.
b. Expert in or using analysis, especially in thinking: an analytic mind; an analytic approach. See Synonyms at logical.
2. Dividing into elemental parts or basic principles.
3. Reasoning or acting from a perception of the parts and interrelations of a subject: "Many of the most serious pianists have turned toward more analytic playing, with a renewed focus on the architecture and ideas of music" (Annalyn Swan).
4. Logic Following necessarily; tautologous: an analytic truth.
5. Mathematics
a. Using, subjected to, or capable of being subjected to a methodology involving algebra or other methods of mathematical analysis.
b. Proving a known truth by reasoning from that which is to be proved.
6. Linguistics Expressing a grammatical function by using two or more words instead of an inflected form: Vietnamese is an analytic language.

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