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mathematical
1 ENTRIES FOUND:
mathematical
(adjective)
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mathematical
/ˌmæθə
ˈ
mætɪkəl/
adjective
^{}
mathematical
/ˌmæθə
ˈ
mætɪkəl/
adjective
Learner's definition of MATHEMATICAL
1
:
of, relating to, or involving mathematics
a
mathematical
problem/equation/formula
a
mathematical
genius
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2
:
very exact or complete
They recorded the changes with
mathematical
precision.
The results can be predicted with
mathematical
[=
absolute
] certainty.
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3
:
possible but very unlikely
The team has only a
mathematical
chance of making the play-offs.
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— mathematically
/ˌmæθə
ˈ
mætɪkli/
adverb
mathematically
precise
She solved the problem
mathematically
.
a
mathematically
inclined person
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