Meaning of REASONING in English

REASONING

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ careful , sound

▪ circular , faulty , flawed , specious ( formal )

▪ underlying

▪ abstract

▪ practical

▪ logical

▪ deductive , inductive

▪ non-verbal , verbal

▪ ethical , judicial , legal , mathematical , moral , scientific , theological

▪ human

… OF REASONING

▪ piece

a rather confused piece of ~

VERB + REASONING

▪ adopt , apply , employ , use

the ~ adopted by the court

▪ follow , understand

I can't quite follow your ~.

▪ accept

▪ reject

▪ explain

REASONING + VERB

▪ apply

The same ~ applies to the current situation.

▪ be based on

Their ~ is based on a false analogy.

▪ suggest

This ~ suggests the education process is simpler than it actually is.

▪ lead sb/sth to sth

I cannot accept the ~ that led the trial court to its decision.

REASONING + NOUN

▪ process

▪ ability

PREPOSITION

▪ in your ~

the circularity in their ~

▪ ~ about

~ about art

▪ ~ behind

Many people challenged the ~ behind the proposal.

PHRASES

▪ a flaw in your ~

▪ a form of ~ , a kind of ~ , a line of ~

The implication of this line of ~ is that globalization of capital is destructive.

▪ power of ~

She seemed to have lost her powers of ~.

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