Definition of schematically in English:

schematically

adverb

  • See schematic

    • ‘The chain of argument described schematically in the diagram below is this.’
    • ‘By reconstructing schematically how Job is characterized and the trajectory his life follows, I want to suggest that we can see how he becomes the voice of the text and why he embodies this voice so seemingly innocuously.’
    • ‘It schematically deploys a fictional framework to speculate on Toscanini's hatred of Mussolini and the latter's fascination with the conductor.’
    • ‘They work schematically to reach deep into areas of myth and the social condition formerly occupied by epic history painting.’
    • ‘It is, schematically, the essence of most American war films.’

Pronunciation

schematically

/skiˈmædək(ə)li//skēˈmadək(ə)lē/