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[ UK /sˈaɪəns/ ]
[ UK /sˈaɪəns/ ]
a particular branch of scientific knowledge
the science of genetics
ability to produce solutions in some problem domain
the skill of a well-trained boxer
the sweet science of pugilism
How To Use science In A Sentence
- It would not be so bad if these tests were actually based on science or some objective measure but they are usually exercises in bureaucratic futility. Barack Obama Elected President of the United States | One Year Later...What's Changed?
- Among our number, there must be some who can bring home to the viewers the value and fascination of history as an art and science.
- First, the entire science of astronomy had depended on careful measurement from the very beginning.
- The services of the laboratory are offered gratuitously to any scientist or graduate student engaged in research which makes a significant contribution to progress in the fields of science.
- But the avant-garde has found support for its imaginative approach from such sciences as biology.
- The recent U.S. ranking by the World Economic Forum of 48th out of 133 developed or developing nations in quality of math and science instruction is a siren call. Jacqueline Edelberg: Political Will
- He was one of the first 19th century sailors who tamed the seas through science, inventing systems for transporting cannon over marshy ground, ciphers for code and a system of hydrographical surveys.
- What seemed an easy task becomes complicated by locals' objections and, ultimately, the landman's own crisis of conscience.
- In the child's imagination, fuelled by science-fiction, the aliens are about to land.
- The disciplines of science and engineering are not always sharply separated.