Translation of empirically in Spanish:


empíricamente, adv.

Pronunciation /əmˈpɪrɪkli/ /ɛmˈpɪrɪkli/ /ɪmˈpɪrɪkli/


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    • Such an account is not empirically sound, either.
    • We need empirically valid theories of how business operations operate, of how investment decisions are actually made.
    • We certainly don't think of relationships as tangible, as empirically demonstrable entities.
    • Second, productivity calculations measure inputs and outputs in ways that are conceptually and empirically problematic.
    • Many of these constants must simply be observed empirically.
    • The degree to which contemporary societies are egalitarian is a question that must be researched empirically.
    • It also recognizes an exterior dimension, which can be quantified objectively and measured empirically.
    • But let me say loud and clear that this idea is theoretical and to my knowledge has not been studied empirically.
    • Frankly, that makes no sense logically or empirically.
    • Furthermore, empirically speaking, "perfect" guys have one tragic flaw: timing.