pragmatic

[adj] - of or concerning the theory of pragmatism
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pragmatic

(Pragmatics (pragmatic)) Pragmatics is the study of 'inferred' meaning. We often say one thing and while we do not exactly mean another thing, we do mean to imply some extra 'force' to be recognised within some of the words we use. This 'force' is called the 'pragmatic force' of an utterance. Pragmatics needs a consideration of the social context ...
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Pragmatic

PragĀ·mat'ic noun 1. One skilled in affairs. « My attorney and solicitor too; a fine pragmatic B. Jonson. 2. A solemn public ordinance or decree. « A royal pragmatic was accordingly passed.» Prescott.
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pragmatic

pragmatical adjective of or concerning the theory of pragmatism
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Pragmatic

• (n.) One skilled in affairs. • (n.) A solemn public ordinance or decree. • (a.) Alt. of Pragmatical
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pragmatic

pragmatic 1. Concerning the theory of pragmatism. 2. More concerned with practical results than with theories and principles. 3. Guided by practical experience and observation rather than theory. 4. A reference to a practical point of view or to practical considerations.
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pragmatic

concerned with practical matters
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pragmatic

concerning a theory of observable practical consequences
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