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Translation of "logic" - English-Spanish dictionary

logic

noun [no plural]   /ˈlɒdʒ·ɪk/
the use of reason, or the science of using reason lógica It was difficult to understand the logic behind his argument.
(Definition of logic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

logic

noun /ˈlodʒik/
(the study and art of) reasoning correctly lógica I can see the logic in what he is saying.
logical adjective
(thinking or acting) according to the rules of logic lógico It is logical to assume that you will get a higher salary if you are promoted She is always logical in her thinking.
logically adverb
lógicamente Logically, the most severely injured patients should be treated first.
(Definition of logic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “logic”
in Korean 논리…
in Arabic مَنطِق…
in Malaysian logik…
in French logique…
in Russian логика…
in Chinese (Traditional) 理性思維, 邏輯思維,理性思維…
in Italian logica…
in Turkish mantık…
in Polish logika…
in Vietnamese lô gic học…
in Portuguese lógica…
in Thai ตรรกศาสตร์, เหตุผล, ระบบการใช้เหตุผล…
in German die Logik…
in Catalan lògica…
in Japanese 論理…
in Chinese (Simplified) 理性思维, 逻辑思维,理性思维…
in Indonesian logika…
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