Systematic definition and meaning

Systematic definition: Something that is done in a systematic way is done according to a fixed plan, in a… | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

Definition of ’systematic’

Word Frequency


systematic


(


s

ɪ

stəm

æ

tɪk



)


adjective



[

usually

ADJECTIVE

noun

]

Something that is done in a

systematic

way is done

according

to a

fixed

plan, in a

thorough

and

efficient

way.


They went about their business in a systematic way.


They had not found any evidence of a systematic attempt to rig the ballot.


systematically


(


s

ɪ

stəm

æ

tɪkli



)


adverb



[


ADVERB

with verb

]


The army has systematically violated human rights.


She began applying systematically to colleges.


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systematic

Word Frequency


systematic


in British English


(


ˌsɪstɪˈmætɪk



)


adjective


1.

characterized by the use of order and

planning

;

methodical
a systematic administrator


2.


comprising

or resembling a system
systematic theology


3.


Also


:


systematical


(


sɪstəˈmætɪkəl



)


biology

of or relating to the taxonomic

classification

of

organisms

Collins English Dictionary

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Derived forms



systematically


(

ˌsystemˈatically

)


adverb

Word Frequency


systematic


in American English


(


ˌsɪstəˈmætɪk



)


adjective


1.

forming or

constituting

a system


2.


based

on or involving a system


3.

made or

arranged

according to a system,

method

, or plan;

regular

;

orderly


4.

characterized by the use of method or orderly planning; methodical


5.

of or having to do with classification; taxonomic


Also


ˌsystemˈatical

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
Derived forms



systematically


(

ˌsystemˈatically

)


adverb

Word origin

Gr

systēmatikos

Word Frequency


systematic


in American English


(


ˌsɪstəˈmætɪk


)


adjective


1.

having,

showing

, or involving a system, method, or plan
a systematic course of reading
systematic efforts


2.

given to or using a system or method; methodical
a systematic person


3.

arranged in or comprising an ordered system
systematic theology


4.


concerned

with classification
systematic botany


5.


pertaining

to, based on, or in

accordance

with a system of classification
the systematic names of plants


Also


:


systematical

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Derived forms


systematicness


noun


systematically


adverb

Word origin


[

1670–80; ‹ LL

systēmaticus

‹ Gk

systēmatikós

, equiv. to

systēmat-

(s. of

sýstēma

)

system

+

-ikos


-ic


]

Examples of ‘systematic’ in a sentence

systematic


Read more…


We

will

take a

rigorous

and systematic

approach

to

assessing

and

managing

these

issues

.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2010

)


She

said

she was

running


away

from systematic

physical


abuse

by her

husband

.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2013

)


We

need

a systematic approach to

sort

out whether you have

benefited

from these

adjustments

.


Miller, Roger LeRoy & Fishe, Raymond P. H.


Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice



(

1995

)


Or is it

evidence

of systematic abuse?


Times, Sunday Times



(

2013

)


They are

disciplined

and they are systematic in their approach to their

job

and their work.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2007

)


There is a

case

for a more systematic approach.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2008

)


Neither

book

has a systematic or

coherent

approach.


The Times Literary Supplement



(

2010

)


This was systematic and

vile

abuse.


The Sun



(

2006

)


But this was

becoming

systematic abuse.


The Sun



(

2012

)


The books on systematic

theology


overlook

this, but the

wise

will

understand

.


Christianity Today



(

2000

)

Show more…


Therefore, its

return

has

twice

as much systematic

risk

.


Mishkin, Frederic S.


Financial Markets, Institutions and Money



(

1995

)



Story

was sidelined, in

favour

of what was

seen

as a more

rational

systematic theology.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2011

)


Just as in the capital

asset


pricing


model

, these systematic

sources

of risk should be

priced

.


Mishkin, Frederic S.


Financial Markets, Institutions and Money



(

1995

)


A

week


ago

, there was a

tremendous


fear

about systematic risk to the system.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2008

)


Before a

company

can

consider

how much of its country risk is systematic, it

must

be

able

to

determine

the risk in each country.


Maurice D. Levi


International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business.



(

1983

)


Because an asset with a

higher


beta

has more systematic risk, this asset is less

desirable

because the systematic risk cannot be

diversified

away.


Mishkin, Frederic S.


Financial Markets, Institutions and Money



(

1995

)


It is the first systematic

account

of the

history

of English

public


law

and is no

dry


dusty


musing

but

packed

with

forensic

and

creative


writing

.


Times, Sunday Times



(

2015

)

Trends of

systematic

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In other languages

systematic


British English

:


systematic


ˌsɪstɪˈmætɪk

/

ADJECTIVE

Something that is done in a

systematic

way is done according to a fixed plan, in a thorough and efficient way.
They began a systematic search.


American English

:


systematic


sɪstəˈmætɪk

/


Arabic

:

نِظَامِيّ


Brazilian Portuguese

:

sistemático


Chinese

:

有系统的


Croatian

:

sistematičan


Czech

:

systematický


Danish

:

systematisk


Dutch

:

systematisch


European Spanish

:


sistemático


Finnish

:

järjestelmällinen


French

:


systématique


German

:


systematisch


Greek

:

συστηματικός


Italian

:


sistematico


Japanese

:

体系的な


Korean

:

조직적인


Norwegian

:

systematisk


Polish

:

systematyczny


European Portuguese

:


sistemático


Romanian

:

sistematic


Russian

:

систематический


Latin American Spanish

:


sistemático


Swedish

:

systematisk


Thai

:

ซึ่งเป็นระบบ


Turkish

:

sistemli


Ukrainian

:

систематичний


Vietnamese

:

có hệ thống


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systematic

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