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logistic

adjective lo·gis·tic \ lō-ˈji-stik , lə- \
variants: or logistical play \lō-ˈji-sti-kəl, lə-\
Updated on: 10 Dec 2017

Definition of logistic

1 a : of or relating to symbolic logic
b : of or relating to the philosophical attempt to reduce mathematics to logic
2 : of or relating to logistics
  • a logistic problem
3 logistic : of, represented by, or relating to a logistic curve
  • a logistic process

logistically

play \lō-ˈji-sti-k(ə-)lē, lə-\ adverb

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First Known Use of logistic

1918


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logistic

noun

Definition of logistic

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First Known Use of logistic

1905



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