analytic /anəˈlɪtɪk/

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I. adjective

1. another term for analytical.
2.
[Logic] true by virtue of the meaning of the words or concepts used to express it, so that its denial would be a self-contradiction.

Compare with synthetic.
3.
[Linguistics] (of a language, e.g. Chinese and English) tending not to alter the form of its words but to use word order to express grammatical structure.

Contrasted with synthetic and agglutinative.
– origin early 17th cent.: via Latin from Greek analutikos, from analuein ‘unloose’.

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