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analyseverb [T]

UK (US analyze) uk   /ˈæn.əl.aɪz/  us   /ˈæn.əl.aɪz/
B2 to ​study or ​examine something in ​detail, in ​order to ​discover more about it: Researchers analysed the ​purchases of 6,300 ​households. Water ​samples taken from ​streams were analysed forcontamination by ​chemicals.

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(Definition of analyse from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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analyseverb [T]

UK (US analyze) uk   us   /ˈænəlaɪz/
to ​study or ​examine something in detail, in ​order to discover more about it: Researchers analysed the ​purchases of 6300 ​households.analyse data/results/information Management ​requires enthusiasm and intuition rather than merely an ​ability to analyze ​data and ​inventstrategies.analyse a problem/issue We need to ​look at what went wrong, analyze the problem, and come up with a ​solution.
(Definition of analyse from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “analyse”
in Arabic يُحَلِّل…
in Korean 분석하다…
in Portuguese analisar…
in Catalan analitzar…
in Japanese (英)~を分析する, 解析する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分析…
in Turkish analiz etmek, detaylı bir şekilde incelemek…
in Russian анализировать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分析…
in Italian analizzare…
in Polish analizować…
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