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EtymologyEdit

Back-formation from statistics.

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statistic ‎(comparative more statistic, superlative most statistic)

  1. Alternative form of statistical

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statistic ‎(plural statistics)

  1. A single item in a statistical study.
  2. A quantity calculated from the data in a sample, which characterises an important aspect in the sample (such as mean or standard deviation).
  3. A person, or personal event, reduced to being an item of statistical information.
    By dying from an overdose, he became just another statistic.

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  • (person, reduced to item of information): number

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statistic m pl

  1. plural of statistich

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French statistique and German statistich.

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AdjectiveEdit

statistic m, n ‎(feminine singular statistică, masculine plural statistici, feminine and neuter plural statistice)

  1. statistic, statistical

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