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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlogicallo‧gic‧al /ˈlɒdʒɪkəl $ ˈlɑː-/ ●●○ S3 AWL adjective  1 LOGICALseeming reasonable and sensible opp illogical It’s a logical site for a new supermarket, with the housing development nearby. a logical conclusion2 LOGICALusing a thinking process in which facts and ideas are connected in a correct way The detective has to discover the murderer by logical deduction.logically /-kli/ adverb He tried to think logically.
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logicalMen often accuse women of not being logical.State regulation protective of fetal life after viability thus has both logical and biological justifications.Your essay ought to take the form of a logical argument.It's not what you would say was logical but it is very complex.As I wanted to travel to other countries, studying languages was the logical choice.If you took the anti-war arguments to their logical conclusion, you would destroy all weapons.All she wanted was to feel, to bring this overwhelming sensation of physical pleasure to its logical conclusion.I listen to their input and make logical decisions.The logical development would be for closer examination of early foetuses with a view to detecting minor deficiencies which many babies are born with.a logical errora logical explanationA logical net searches while learning, so its learning process is slower than that of Wisard.This is the logical place to build a new airport.There is no logical reason for teaching boys and girls separately.Taking the job seemed like the logical thing to do at the time.She's a clear and logical thinker.If they did not leave until yesterday, then it is logical to assume that they will arrive some time tomorrow.It seems more logical to reposition the White knight with 24 d2.It seemed logical to start by visiting the scene of the crime.Joe's very sharp and logical when it comes to money matters.
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