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struc·tur·al

 (strŭk′chər-əl)
adj.
1.
a. Of, relating to, having, or characterized by structure: structural simplicity.
b. Affecting structure: structural damage.
2. Used in or necessary to building: structural beams.
3. Concerned with or resulting from political or especially economic structure.
4. Geology Of or relating to the structure of rocks and other aspects of the earth's crust.
5. Biology Of or relating to organic structure; morphological.
6. Relating to or concerned with systematic structure in a particular field of study, such as linguistics or the behavioral sciences.
n.
A part of a structure that bears a weight, or the structural piece used for such a part.

struc′tur·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.structurally - with respect to structure; "structurally, the organization is healthy"
Translations
تَرْكيبيّا
stavebně
szerkezetileg
byggingarlega
stavebne
yapısal açıdan

structurally

[ˈstrʌktʃərəlɪ] ADVestructuralmente, desde el punto de vista de la estructura
structurally soundde estructura sólida

structurally

[ˈstrʌktʃərəli] advstructurellement

structurally

advstrukturell; structurally the novel is excellentvom Aufbau her ist der Roman ausgezeichnet; structurally soundsicher; the building is structurally unsounddas Gebäude weist bautechnische Mängel auf; structurally the building is in good conditionwas das rein Bauliche betrifft, ist das Haus in gutem Zustand; structurally weakstrukturschwach

structurally

[ˈstrʌktʃrəlɪ] advstrutturalmente

structure

(ˈstraktʃə) noun
1. the way in which something is arranged or organized. A flower has quite a complicated structure; the structure of a human body.
2. a building, or something that is built or constructed. The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous structures in the world.
ˈstructural adjective
of structure. You must get permission before making structural alterations to your house.
ˈstructurally adverb
References in classic literature ?
But the poem, though in its final state prolix and structurally formless, exhibits great power not only of moral conviction and emotion, but also of expression--vivid, often homely, but not seldom eloquent.
Replace the superstructure of the structurally deficient Bernheisel Bridge over Conodoguinet Creek in the township.
4 percent--were structurally deficient at the time.
While there are 2,000-plus fewer structurally deficient crossings than there were in 2013, a seemingly endless backlog of bridges needing significant repair remains.
The good news is that there are over 2,000 fewer structurally deficient structures than there were in 2013.
Approximately 3 percent of the state's bridges are structurally deficient, which means they are safe for travel but are in need of rehabilitation or replace ment, according to MDTA.
A structurally deficient bridge has problems with a major component, such as advanced deterioration, and needs rehabilitation or replacement.
A bridge is deemed structurally deficient when it is in need of rehabilitation or replacement because at least one major structural element is in an advanced state of deterioration.
The group said more than a quarter of Washington's 7,840 bridges were considered structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.
According to LePatner, a structurally deficient bridge has one or more "major defects" in its support structure; while a fracture-critical bridge lacks redundancy, meaning that if one portion of the bridge fails, there is no "back-up.
The building is not structurally fractured, despite its deeply incised footprint and roof plan ridges that trace a series of notional fault lines.
They told me structurally there was no damage and structurally nothing needs to be fixed,'' said Guerrero, who had X-rays taken over the weekend.