Friday, 27 January 2017

Meaning of science

1. the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.
2. an organized body of knowledge on any subject.
Origin:Latin scientia.

science S1 W1 / ˈsaɪəns / noun
1 [ uncountable ] knowledge about the world, especially based on examining, testing, and proving facts :
Many leading scientists do not consider that science can give absolutely reliable knowledge.
the founder of modern science, Isaac Newton

developments in science and technology
2 [ uncountable ] the study of science :
What did you do in science class today?
3 [ countable ] a particular part of science, for example biology , chemistry , or physics :
the physical sciences
4 something is not an exact science used to say that something involves a lot of guessing and there is not just one right way to do it :
Advertising is not an exact science – you’re always taking a risk.

→ domestic science , information science , natural science , physical science , social science , → blind somebody with science at blind 2 ( 4 ) , → something is not rocket science at rocket science 

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