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log·i·cal / ˈläjikəl/ • adj. of or according to the rules of logic or formal argument: a logical impossibility. ∎  characterized by clear, sound reasoning: the information is displayed in a simple and logical fashion. ∎  (of an action, development, decision, etc.) natural or sensible given the circumstances: it is a logical progression from the job before. ∎  capable of clear rational thinking: her logical mind. DERIVATIVES: log·i·cal·i·ty / ˌläjəˈkalətē/ n. log·i·cal·ly / -ik(ə)lē/ adv. such a situation is logically impossible.

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logical
1. Involving or used in logic.

2. Conceptual or virtual, or involving conceptual entities, as opposed to physical or actual.

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