clinically

Clinically - What does it mean?

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Clinically vs Tentatively - What's the difference?

clinically | tentatively |


As adverbs the difference between clinically and tentatively

is that clinically is in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically while tentatively is of, or having to do with being tentative.

Taxonomy vs Clinically - What's the difference?

taxonomy | clinically |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adverb clinically is

in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

Medical vs Clinically - What's the difference?

medical | clinically |


As an adjective medical

is of or pertaining to the practice of medicine.

As a noun medical

is (informal) a medical examination.

As an adverb clinically is

in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

Analytically vs Clinically - What's the difference?

analytically | clinically |


As adverbs the difference between analytically and clinically

is that analytically is in an analytical manner while clinically is in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

Dispassionately vs Clinically - What's the difference?

dispassionately | clinically |


As adverbs the difference between dispassionately and clinically

is that dispassionately is in a dispassionate manner while clinically is in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

Clinical vs Clinically - What's the difference?

clinical | clinically |


As an adjective clinical

is of or pertaining to a medical clinic or facility.

As an adverb clinically is

in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

Clinically vs Clinic - What's the difference?

clinically | clinic |

Clinically is a derived term of clinic.


As an adverb clinically

is in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

As a noun clinic is

a medical facility, such as a hospital, especially one for the treatment and diagnosis of outpatients.

Clinically vs Frank - What's the difference?

clinically | frank |


As a adverb clinically

is in a clinical manner; dispassionately or analytically.

As a adjective frank is

honest, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt.

As a noun frank is

(uncountable) free postage, a right exercised by governments (usually with definite article) or frank can be a hot dog or sausage or frank can be (uk) the grey heron or frank can be a pigsty.

As a verb frank is

to place a frank on an envelope.