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historical

adjective
 
 
/hɪˈstɒrɪkəl/ ( also historic) FINANCE, ECONOMICS
used to describe past prices or values: The company offers real-time and historical information on stocks, options, commodities, futures, indices, and currencies. Historical data show the clear link between income tax rates and the size of domestic government spending.
historically adverb
Translations of “historical”
in Korean 역사적인…
in Arabic تاريخي…
in Portuguese histórico…
in Catalan històric…
in Japanese 歴史の, 歴史的な…
in Italian storico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歷史的, 有關歷史的…
in Russian исторический…
in Turkish tarihî, tarihsel, tarihi ilgilendiren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 历史的, 有关历史的…
in Polish historyczny…
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