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empirical
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
empirical /em'pirikəl/
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    • theo lối kinh nghiệm, kinh nghiệm chủ nghĩa
Concise Dictionary
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adj.
+derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
+relying on medical quackery

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
empiric, experiential, practical, observed, pragmatic, experimental:
He has been there and has empirical knowledge of the system.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
[usually before noun] based on experiments or experience rather than ideas or THEORIES: empirical evidence / knowledge / research + an empirical study
empirically adverb: Such claims need to be tested empirically. + empirically false / true / valid


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