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hard science

noun [C or U]
 
 
(a) science in which facts and theories can be firmly and exactly measured, tested or proved
硬科学(其理论或事实可以精确测量、测试或证明的科学)
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in Chinese (Traditional) 自然科學(其理論或事實可以精確測量、測試或證明的科學)…
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