adjective

The definition of logistic is something that relates to coordinating complex projects or movements or solving complicated problems.

An example of logistic is a description for managing a complex move that involves many people and details that have to be coordinated.

## logistic

of logistics

also lo·gis′ti·cal

designating or of an -shaped curve representing an exponential function, used in population studies, etc.

Origin of logistic

Medieval Latin*logisticus*; from Classical Greek

*logistikos*, skilled in calculation ; from

*logizesthai*, to calculate ; from

*logos*, a word: see logic

## logistic

also **lo·gis·ti·cal**

adjective

- Of or relating to logistics.
- Of or relating to symbolic logic.

Origin of logistic

Medieval Latin*logisticus*,

*of calculation*, from Greek

*logistikos*,

*skilled in calculating*, from

*logist&emacron;s*,

*calculator*, from

*logizesthai*,

*to calculate*, from

*logos*,

*reckoning, reason*; see

*leg-*in Indo-European roots.

*Related Forms:*

**lo·gis′ti·cal·ly**adverb

**lo′gis·ti′cian**noun

## logistic

Adjective

(*not comparable*)

- (operations) Relating to logistics.
- (mathematics) Relating to symbolic logic.
- (statistics) Relating to the logistic function.

Noun

(*plural* logistics)

- (mathematics) A logistic function or graph of a logistic curve.

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Origin

From Ancient Greek [script?], skilled in calculating.