logistic

1

or lo·gis·ti·cal

[loh-jis-tik or loh-jis-ti-kuh l; luh-]

adjective

of or relating to logistics.

Origin of logistic

1
First recorded in 1930–35; back formation from logistics
Related formslo·gis·ti·cal·ly, adverbnon·lo·gis·ti·cal, adjectiveun·lo·gis·ti·cal, adjective
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Contemporary Examples of logistical

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  • We appreciate the mobility and logistical implications of this requirement.

    Shock and Awe

    Harlan K. Ullman


British Dictionary definitions for logistical

logistic

1

noun

an uninterpreted calculus or system of symbolic logicCompare formal language

adjective

maths (of a curve) having an equation of the form y = k /(1 + e a + bx), where b is less than zero
rare of, relating to, or skilled in arithmetical calculations

Word Origin for logistic

C17: via French, from Late Latin logisticus of calculation, from Greek logistikos rational, from logos word, reason

logistic

2

logistical

adjective

of or relating to logistics
Derived Formslogistically, adverb
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Word Origin and History for logistical

logistic

adj.

"pertaining to logic," 1620s, from Medieval Latin logisticus, from Greek logistikos "endued with reason," from logikos (see logic). Related: Logistical (1560s); logistically. Logistics from this word, in the sense "art of arithmetical calculation" is from 1650s.

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