Clinical meaning

klĭnĭ-kəl
Done in a cool, emotionless fashion.
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Of, relating to, or connected with a clinic.
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Involving or based on direct observation of a patient.

A clinical diagnosis; clinical research.

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Objective and devoid of emotion; coolly analytical.
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Suggestive of a medical clinic; austere and antiseptic.

A clinical style of decor.

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Of or connected with a clinic or a sickbed.
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Having to do with the direct treatment and observation of patients, as distinguished from experimental or laboratory study.
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Purely scientific; impersonal.

Clinical detachment.

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Austere, antiseptic, etc., like a medical clinic.
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Relating to or connected with a clinic.
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Of or pertaining to a medical clinic or facility.

Medicine is now more often practiced in a clinical setting than in the home.

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Dealing with how to practically manage patients, contrasting with prehealth sciences.
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The definition of clinical is something related to treating the sick or something scientific, overly clean or impersonal.

An example of clinical is a trial that is done in a hospital.

An example of clinical is the feeling of a hospital room.

An example of clinical is a policeman who gives a ticket without emotion; a clinical act.

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Involving or based on direct observation of a patient.

A clinical diagnosis; clinical research.

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Origin of clinical

  • clinic +‎ -al

    From Wiktionary