Meaning of “structural” in the English Dictionary

"structural" in British English

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structuraladjective

uk /ˈstrʌk.tʃər.əl/ us /ˈstrʌk.tʃɚ.əl/

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

"structural" in American English

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structuraladjective [ not gradable ]

us /ˈstrʌk·tʃər·əl/

structural adjective [ not gradable ] (ARRANGEMENT)

of or relating to the structure of parts in a system :

Private ownership of companies was the greatest structural change that occurred in the economy.

structural adjective [ not gradable ] (BUILDING)

of or relating to the structure of something built:

Many of the city’s buildings suffered structural damage as a result of the earthquake.

(Definition of “structural” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"structural" in Business English

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structuraladjective

uk /ˈstrʌktʃərəl/ us

relating to the way in which the parts of a system or object are arranged:

The political reforms have led to major structural changes in the economy.

PROPERTY relating to the structure of a building or similar object:

The fire caused major structural damage to the property.
structurally
adverb /ˈstrʌktʃərəli/ /-tʃɚ-/

It is becoming clear that the economy is structurally flawed.

(Definition of “structural” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)