Definition of analytical in English:



  • Relating to or using analysis or logical reasoning.

    ‘analytical methods’
    ‘a suave, analytical type who missed his calling as a lawyer’
    • ‘Details of analytical methods and results have been recently published.’
    • ‘Like the sequential model of decision making, power is depicted as cold, rational and analytical.’
    • ‘Progress has been made in turning these methods into non-destructive analytical tools.’
    • ‘But how can ID claim to be a critical analytical theory worthy of study in a science classroom?’
    • ‘It was these methodical, and analytical thought processes that got Chad where he was.’
    • ‘When finished, its prime function will be to house research in organic and analytical studies.’
    • ‘His speech was precise, his mind analytical and his code of conduct above reproach.’
    • ‘The analytical reason for charitable generosity is, of course, the alleviation of guilt.’
    • ‘This has become one of the hot topics that need critical and analytical discussion.’
    • ‘If I were to suggest my own view and that held by an analytical and scientific mind there is no life after death.’
    • ‘There are many other analytical and collection organisations that are involved.’
    • ‘He continues to hone his analytical skills as a theatre commentator and critic.’
    • ‘He is currently employed as an analytical chemist with Boston Scientific in Galway.’
    • ‘You are minutely analytical and can fulfill any task that requires meticulous attention to detail.’
    • ‘Let's take a close look at Mercury, the planet connected with logical analytical thought.’
    • ‘They help, because completing one shows that you have analytical and critical skills.’
    • ‘So originally, I planned to write a harshly analytical, sharply critical piece.’
    • ‘Simply put, the book is much more a documentary enterprise than it is a critical or analytical one.’
    • ‘He established historical connections and plotted them on systematic analytical tables.’
    • ‘Roots do not need to be separated from the shoot, a common requirement of many current analytical methods.’
    systematic, logical, scientific, inquisitive, investigative, enquiring, methodical, organized, well organized, ordered, orderly, meticulous, rigorous, searching, critical, interpretative, diagnostic, exact, precise, accurate, mathematical, regulated, controlled, rational
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