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logic

Pronunciation: /ˈlɑːdʒɪk; ˈlɒdʒɪk/

Translation of logic in Spanish:

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (reasoning, good sense) lógica (feminine) you cannot fault his logic su lógica es aplastante or impecable
    Example sentences
    • That is the primary reason and logic behind media.
    • And to take such a stance, outside of the accepted discourse of reason, means that he can't use deductive logic to defend it.
    • Whoever wishes to hold on to the distinction would need to maintain, according to his own logic, that he has always been there - a thesis which can all too easily be disproved.
    Example sentences
    • Reason, logic, and common sense are practically a foreign language to this girl!
    • With opinions and arguments completely lacking in evidence, logic or relevance, this stuff is irresistible.
    • There is a lack of logic in certain passages which reveals a sense of scepticism towards determination.
    1.2 [Computing/Informática] lógica (feminine); (before noun/delante del nombre) [circuit/diagram] lógico
    Example sentences
    • The computer program code logic is executed by the processing circuitry and is configured to generate an output signal.
    • Mac hardware today differs from PCs solely in the CPU, system logic and the motherboard they sit on.
    • Knowing algorithms, which is really the underlying piece of any logic in a computer program, is an extremely important skill for programmers.
    Example sentences
    • In such a PDA, DRAM cells normally are refreshed periodically by the memory controller logic present inside the CPU.
    • Another capability is that the software uses logic based on available memory to break up large models.
    • If performance parity is achieved, then moving to new core logic and memory is a non-issue, and it's easy to justify adopting those other neat new features.

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