logistic

1 [loh-jis-tik, luh-]
adjective
of or pertaining to logistics.
Also, logistical.


Origin:
1930–35; back formation from logistics

logistically, adverb
nonlogistical, adjective
unlogistical, adjective
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logistic1 (lɒˈdʒɪstɪk)
 
n
1.  Compare formal language an uninterpreted calculus or system of symbolic logic
 
adj
2.  maths (of a curve) having an equation of the form y = k/(1 + ea+bx), where b is less than zero
3.  rare of, relating to, or skilled in arithmetical calculations
 
[C17: via French, from Late Latin logisticus of calculation, from Greek logistikos rational, from logos word, reason]

logistic or logistical2 (lɒˈdʒɪstɪk)
 
adj
of or relating to logistics
 
logistical or logistical2
 
adj
 
logistically or logistical2
 
adv

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logistic
"pertaining to logic," 1628, from M.L. logisticus, from Gk. logistikos "pertaining to logic," from logikos (see logic).
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Example sentences
But outside the rural areas, where one indigenous language prevails, this is
  neither financially nor logistically feasible.
Today it is both economically and logistically feasible to obtain input from a
  large number of people.
Logistically speaking, the huge field has been a disaster.
Also, they note that ants are a bit easier logistically to study than rats and
  mice.
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