Meaning of LOGICAL in English

LOGICAL

/ ˈlɒdʒɪkl; NAmE ˈlɑːdʒ-/ adjective

1.

( of an action, event, etc. ) seeming natural, reasonable or sensible :

a logical thing to do in the circumstances

It was a logical conclusion from the child's point of view.

2.

following or able to follow the rules of logic in which ideas or facts are based on other true ideas or facts :

a logical argument

Computer programming needs someone with a logical mind.

OPP illogical

►  logic·al·ly / -kli; NAmE / adverb :

to argue logically

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WORD ORIGIN

late Middle English : from medieval Latin logicalis from late Latin logica , from Greek logikē (tekhnē) (art) of reason, from logos word, reason.

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