English - Vietnamese Dictionary
logics'lɑdʒɪk /'lɒd-Thesaurus Dictionary
+the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
+reasoned and reasonable judgment
+the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation
+a system of reasoning
+the system of operations performed by a computer that underlies the machine's representation of logical operations
Advanced English Dictionary
1 reasoning, deduction, dialectics, ratiocination, inferential or scientific reasoning:
Mill defined logic as the science of proof, or evidence.
2 (good or common) sense, sound judgement, wisdom, presence of mind:
According to Disraeli, England was not governed by logic.
3 reasonableness, intelligence, judiciousness, practicality, rationality:
Your logic is valid, but you are forgetting the human factor.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [U] a way of thinking or explaining sth: I fail to see the logic behind his argument. + The two parts of the plan were governed by the same logic.
2 [U, sing.] sensible reasons for doing sth: Linking the proposals in a single package did have a certain logic. + a strategy based on sound commercial logic + There is no logic to / in any of their claims.
3 [U] (philosophy) the science of thinking about or explaining the reason for sth using formal methods: the rules of logic
4 [U] (computing) a system or set of principles used in preparing a computer to perform a particular task
1 system of reasoning
formal | deductive, inductive
VERB + LOGIC
Philosophers use logic to prove their arguments.
2 use of reason
compelling, exquisite, impeccable, inexorable
There is a compelling logic to his main theory.
| strict | internal, underlying | commercial, economic, political, scientific
There is sound commercial logic in never giving credit to retailers.
VERB + LOGIC
accept, follow, understand
I can't follow the logic of what you are saying.
It's a stupid decision that completely defies logic.
| apply, use
You can't use the same logic in dealing with children.
What's the logic behind this decision?
| ~ in
There doesn't seem to be any logic in the move.
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