An example of logistic is a description for managing a complex move that involves many people and details that have to be coordinated.
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logistic
Origin of logistic
Medieval Latin logisticus from Classical Greek logistikos, skilled in calculation from logizesthai, to calculate from logos, a word: see logic
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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 logistēs 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
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(not comparable)
- (operations) Relating to logistics.
- (mathematics) Relating to symbolic logic.
- (statistics) Relating to the logistic function.
(plural logistics)
- (mathematics) A logistic function or graph of a logistic curve.
From Ancient Greek [script?], skilled in calculating.
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