- [,rætiɔsi'neiʃən, -ræʃi-]
- n. 推理；推论
- n. conclusion
- 1.While Watson was a man of average intelligence, Holmes was a genius, whose gift for ratiocination made him a superb detective.
- 2.that is to say, it is knowledge by direct experience arrived at by the mere act of noticing, and not knowledge derived from ratiocination.
- 3.We still read with pleasure his pieces of "ratiocination" ; though he sometimes exhibits in them to a naive degree his pride in logic and learning.
- 1.the proposition arrived at by logical reasoning (such as the proposition that must follow from the m
- 2.logical and methodical reasoning
- 推理; 推论; 推理，推论; (三段论)推论;
- inductive ratiocination
- tales of ratiocination
- 推理小说; 坡自己将这类作品称为推理小说;
- consequence discursion fine-drawn illation ratiocinate ratiocination reasoning