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logic

noun [U]  /ˈlɑdʒ·ɪk/ us  

logic noun [U] (REASONABLE THINKING)

a particular way of thinking, esp. one that is reasonable and based on good judgment: I fail to see the logic of your argument.

logic noun [U] (FORMAL THINKING)

Translations of “logic”
in Korean 논리…
in Arabic مَنطِق…
in French logique…
in Turkish mantık…
in Italian logica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 理性思維, 邏輯思維,理性思維…
in Russian логика…
in Polish logika…
in Spanish lógica…
in Portuguese lógica…
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…
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