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semiempirical

adjective semi·em·pir·i·cal \-im-ˈpir-ə-kəl, -em-\

Definition of SEMIEMPIRICAL

:  partly empirical; especially :  involving assumptions, approximations, or generalizations designed to simplify calculation or to yield a result in accord with observation

First Known Use of SEMIEMPIRICAL

1935

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