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scientific

adjective
 
 
/ˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪk/
B1 relating to science, or using the organized methods of science: scientific experiments/research Subjects and disciplines
scientifically adverb B2 a scientifically proven fact
Translations of “scientific”
in Korean 과학적인…
in Arabic عِلْمي…
in Portuguese científico…
in Catalan científic…
in Japanese 科学的な, 科学の…
in Italian scientifico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 科學的, 應用科學方法的, 審慎而系統化的…
in Russian научный…
in Turkish bilimsel, ilmî…
in Chinese (Simplified) 科学的, 应用科学方法的, 审慎而系统的…
in Polish naukowy…
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