a person who or who is skilled in analysis.
analyst Drew Crum estimates that revenue won’t claw back to 2008 levels until sometime after 2011.
The Most Powerful Woman in Newspapers? Peter Lauria May 15, 2010
“Tell me where the infection came from, analyst,” he growled.
The Ties That Bind Walter Miller
But he himself must be the builder, the analyst only furnishes him with the necessary tools.
Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology C. G. Jung
The ‘analyst’ has completed the fifth year of its existence, and has, we think, continued to grow from the beginning.
British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Vol. LIII Various
a person who analyses or is skilled in analysis
short for psychoanalyst See psychoanalyst
1650s, “mathematician skilled in algebraic geometry,” from French analyste “a person who analyzes,” from analyser (see analysis). As a short form of psychoanalyst, attested from 1914. Greek analyter meant “a deliverer.”
analyst an·a·lyst (ān’ə-lĭst)
One that analyzes.
A licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis.
. Historical Examples The phrase μετατιθεμένης τῆς ἀντιφάσεως is determined by a passage in analyt. Aristotle George Grote analyt′ics, the name given by Aristotle to his treatises on logic. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various To the same purpose Zabarella expresses himself in an earlier portion of his Commentary on the […]
analyte analyte an·a·lyte (ān’ə-līt’) n. A substance or chemical constituent that is undergoing analysis.
pertaining to or proceeding by analysis (opposed to ). skilled in or habitually using analysis. (of a language) characterized by a relatively frequent use of function words, auxiliary verbs, and changes in word order to express syntactic relations, rather than of inflected forms. Compare (def 3), (def 1). Logic. (of a proposition) necessarily true because […]
- Analytic continuation
a method of finding a function that coincides with a given analytic function in a domain and that remains analytic in a larger domain. any function found by this method.