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Spanish translation of “science”

science

noun /ˈsaiəns/
knowledge gained by observation and experiment.
ciencia
a branch of such knowledge eg biology, chemistry, physics etc
ciencia
the physical sciences.
these sciences considered as a whole
ciencias
My daughter prefers science to languages.
scientific /-ˈti-/ adjective of science
científico
scientific discoveries.
(opposite unscientific) following the rules of science
científico
scientific methods.
scientifically /-ˈti-/ adverb
científicamente
a scientifically proven method.
scientist noun a person who studies one or more branches of science
científico
a nuclear scientist.
science fiction noun (also sci-fi) stories dealing with future times on Earth or in space
ciencia ficción
(also adjective) a science fiction film.
(Definition of science from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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