Definition of metamathematical in US English:

metamathematical

adjective

  • See metamathematics

    • ‘The omega-rule, which Carnap proposed in The Logical Syntax of Language, has come into widespread use in metamathematical research over a broad range of subjects.’
    • ‘Robinson's theory is based on the metamathematical fact that the system of real numbers is incomplete.’
    • ‘Gentzen's proof of the consistency of arithmetic is undoubtedly a very interesting metamathematical result, which may prove very stimulating and fruitful.’
    • ‘Meaning is then introduced at the metamathematical level, in the metalanguage.’
    • ‘So your little metamathematical formula jumps off the page and applies itself to the universe.’

Pronunciation

metamathematical

/-ˈmatikəl/