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Empirical Definition in Context – 601 Words

Empirical definition in real context with synonyms and illustrations about experimentation from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn the word, empirical, in authentic context with images.

/ɪmˈpɪr.ɪ.kəl/ (adj)

Empirical definition

on the basis of objective experimentation, observation and what is experienced as opposed to bare theory, experimental, practical, pragmatic, experiential, realistic, observed


Empirical research is defined as any research where conclusions of the study is strictly drawn from concretely empirical evidence, and therefore “verifiableevidence. This empirical evidence can be gathered using quantitative market research and qualitative market research methods.

Source of example:


theoretical, impractical

Parts of speech

Adverb: empirically

Noun: empiricism

Noun: empiricist

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