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structural

adjective uk   /ˈstrʌk.tʃər.əl/  us   /-tʃɚ-/

structural adjective (ARRANGEMENT)

C2 relating to the way in which parts of a system or object are arranged: The political reforms have led to major structural changes in the economy.
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structural adjective (BUILDING)

relating to the structure of a building or similar object: Hundreds of houses in the typhoon's path suffered structural damage.
structurally
adverb uk   us   /-i/
Few buildings were left structurally safe after the earthquake.
Translations of “structural”
in Korean 구조적인…
in Arabic هَيكَلي, بِنيَوي…
in Portuguese estrutural…
in Catalan estructural…
in Japanese 構造上の, 構造的な…
in Italian strutturale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安排, 結構, 構造…
in Russian структурный, конструкционный…
in Turkish yapısal, yapıya ait…
in Chinese (Simplified) 安排, 结构, 构造…
in Polish strukturalny, konstrukcyjny…
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