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    empirical - Dictionary definition and meaning for word empirical

    (adj) derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
    Synonyms : empiric
    Example Sentence
    • an empirical basis for an ethical theory
    • empirical laws
    • empirical data
    • an empirical treatment of a disease about which little is known
    (adj) relying on medical quackery
    Synonyms : empiric
    Example Sentence
    • empiric treatment
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for empirical

Empire...maintaining an empire requires much practical experiences and workouts....

empirical sounds like "inspired frm practicals"...and dats the meaning..

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"Empirical" college of london is so famous becoz its professors are so "EXPERIENCED "

emperical formula-a formula can b stated after experiencing the validity of its results.

Marco Polo knew about China because he saw the EMPIRE with his own eyes.

woh aam pi rai thi kal so i can seay that usee aam pasand hai(means i m deriving this from a previous exerience)

we use to study in software engineering EMPIRICAL software estimation models in whch we use to do estimation based on past OBSERVATION

em + practical -> em pirical

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