# French translation of 'mathematical'

adjective

1. [calculation, formula, problem] mathématique

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## Example Sentences Including 'mathematical'

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The term referred to human beings engaged in mathematical calculations, who were slow and at times erroneous.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)

And it's a mathematical certainty that the average actively managed fund must underperform the average passive fund after costs.Times, Sunday Times (2016)

And he has the salad down to a precise mathematical formula.Times, Sunday Times (2014)

It is a mathematical certainty that it will sink.Times, Sunday Times (2008)

It is an absolute mathematical certainty.The Sun (2016)

She also noticed her mathematical ability had become impaired.Times, Sunday Times (2011)

The key to his success was his mathematical ability.Times, Sunday Times (2015)

The quantum is a mathematical formula for love.Times, Sunday Times (2008)

They come from an ancient mathematical model.Times, Sunday Times (2007)

This theory is no longer dismissed as science fiction, but viewed in some quarters as a mathematical certainty.Times, Sunday Times (2015)

It was fluid but no mathematical formula could really do it justice.Times, Sunday Times (2009)

The contours of the hand may thus be a signpost that is suggestive of mathematical ability.Times, Sunday Times (2007)

Relegation is a mathematical certainty.The Sun (2006)

The distinction has always been a matter of degree and not of mathematical calculation.Times, Sunday Times (2013)

The mathematical calculations that had to go into the building of that "first of its kind" structure are staggering.Christianity Today (2000)

Nonetheless, its mathematical modelling has proved very difficult.THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)

These predictions are based on mathematical models.The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium (1990)

## Trends of 'mathematical'

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## 'mathematical' in Other Languages

British English: mathematical
/ˌmæθəˈmætɪkl; ˌmæθˈmæt-/ ADJECTIVE

Something that is

*mathematical*involves numbers and calculations....mathematical calculations.

- American English: mathematical
- Arabic: مُتَعَلِقٌ بِالرِّيَاضِيَاتِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: matemático
- Chinese: 数学的
- Croatian: matematički
- Czech: matematický
- Danish: matematisk
- Dutch: wiskundig
- European Spanish: matemático
- Finnish: matemaattinen
- French: mathématique
- German: mathematisch
- Greek: μαθηματικός
- Italian: matematico
- Japanese: 数学の
- Korean: 수학의
- Norwegian: matematisk
- Polish: matematyczny
- European Portuguese: matemático
- Romanian: matematic
- Russian: математический
- Spanish: matemático
- Swedish: matematisk
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับคณิตศาสตร์
- Turkish: matematiksel
- Ukrainian: математичний
- Vietnamese: thuộc toán học

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Translation of

**mathematical**from the Collins English to French Dictionary