|Origin:||logique, from Latin logica, from Greek logike, from logos 'speech, word, reason'|
1 [singular, uncountable]
a way of thinking about something that seems correct and reasonable, or a set of sensible reasons for doing something
The logic behind this statement is faulty.
What's the logic of your argument?
accept/follow/see somebody's logic
It's easy to understand his logic.
There is a certain logic in their choice of architect.
Commercial logic has forced the two parts of the company closer together.
a formal method of reasoning, in which ideas are based on previous ideas
3TD [uncountable] technicalTD
a set of choices that a computer uses to solve a problem