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theoretician Syllabification: the·o·re·ti·cian
Pronunciation: /ˌTHēərəˈtiSHən/
/ˌTHirəˈtiSHən/

Definition of theoretician in English:

noun

A person who forms, develops, or studies the theoretical framework of a subject.
Example sentences
  • Researchers and theoreticians have developed more sophisticated ways of thinking about fathers.
  • A senior leader of the Communist Party of China has asked Chinese theoreticians to be more innovative and to study ways to adapt the Party's theories and work to the times.
  • This House sits here and deliberates on a bill like this from the perspective of academics, theoreticians, and philosophers.

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