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Definition of "analogic" [an•a•log•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to analogy. (adjective)

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Use "analogic" in a sentence
  • "As those progenitors of the contemporary avant-garde, The Futurists, so famously encouraged in the years leading up to WWI, Byrd casts her analogic net so widely it convincingly illuminates the interrelationship between mind and body, subject and object, ego and environment."
  • "First problem is that an analogic signal is far more complex in its significance (only recently we have succeded to succesfully process human voice, and we actually did not do it entirely)."
  • "We build only digital computers, giving up long time ago analogic ones, as in fact the brain is."