See also: Analyst

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Etymology

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From French analyste.

Pronunciation

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Noun

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analyst (plural analysts)

  1. Someone who analyzes.
  2. Someone who is an analytical thinker.
  3. (mathematics) A mathematician who studies real analysis.
  4. (computing) A systems analyst.
  5. (psychiatry) A practitioner of psychoanalysis.
    • 1952, Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man, Penguin Books (2014), page 185:
      “I had a difficult session with my analyst last evening and the slightest thing is apt to set me off.”
  6. A financial analyst; a business analyst.

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{{col-auto|en|preanalysed|unanalysed analyser

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{{col-auto|en|autoanalyser|immunoanalyser|microanalyser|multianalyser|thermoanalyser analyse

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{{col-auto|en|analysand|preanalyse|radioanalyse|subanalyse analyst

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