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, analytical         
1    relating to analysis  
2    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       3       agglutinative       2       polysynthetic  
4      (Logic)     (of a proposition)  
a    true by virtue of the meanings of the words alone without reference to the facts, as all spinsters are unmarried  
b    true or false by virtue of meaning alone; so all spinsters are married is analytically false,   (Compare)        synthetic       4       a priori  
5      (Also)    regular, holomorphic     (Maths)   (of a function of a complex variable) having a derivative at each point of its domain  
     (C16: via Late Latin from Greek analutikos from analuein to dissolve, break down; see analysis)  
  analytically      adv  
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