魚魚 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 8 年前

systematical和systematic差異

systematic

systematical

這兩者都是 adj.

意思也都是 有系統的; 成體系的

所以這兩個單字在用法或者什麼方面有差嗎?

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  • 8 年前
    最佳解答

    These TWO words mean the same. There is NO difference between them, just the spelling is different. You shall have asked the difference between "systemic" and "systematic".

    "systematic" means to carry out using step-by-step procedures. It usually applies to carefully planned processes that unfold gradually.

    " systemic" means systemwide or deeply engrain in the system. It is usually applied to habit or processes that are difficult to reverse because they are built into a system.

    For examples:

    They suffer systematic job discrimination at the hands of the ruling party.

    Here is a list of history of systemic diseases.

    2012-07-12 13:03:11 補充:

    deeply engrain ==> deeply engrained

    參考資料: self
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