Definition of systematic in English:

systematic

Line breaks: sys¦tem|at¦ic
Pronunciation: /sɪstəˈmatɪk
 
/

adjective

Done or acting according to a fixed plan or system; methodical: a systematic search of the whole city
More example sentences
  • Unless and until such a systematic method is introduced, the delay cannot be cut down.
  • You may not achieve all of them, but a systematic plan gives you the best chance of doing so.
  • We planned a systematic review to assess the evidence on the diagnostic impact of these and other signs and symptoms.
Synonyms
structured, methodical, organized, orderly, well ordered, planned, systematized, regular, routine, standardized, standard, formal, logical, coherent, consistent, efficient, businesslike, practical, careful, fastidious, meticulous
informal joined-up

Origin

early 18th century: from French systématique, via late Latin from late Greek sustēmatikos, from sustēma (see system).

Derivatives

systematically

adverb
More example sentences
  • You are being constantly and systematically targeted by a number of individuals and organisations.
  • For too long now we have mismanaged our coaching and playing talent by failing to systematically identify and develop it.
  • In 1965 I began systematically collecting data on the symptoms and possible causes of autism.

systematist

Pronunciation: /ˈsɪstəmətɪst/
noun

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