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ex·per·i·men·tal

 (ĭk-spĕr′ə-mĕn′tl)
adj.
1.
a. Relating to or based on experiment: experimental procedures; experimental results.
b. Given to experimenting.
2. Of the nature of an experiment; constituting or undergoing a test: an experimental drug.
3. Founded on experience; empirical.

ex·per′i·men′tal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.experimentally - in an experimental fashion; "this can be experimentally determined"
Translations
تَجْريبيّـا
eksperimentalt
kísérletek alapjántapasztalatilag
í tilraunaskyni; meî tilraunum
pokusne
deneysel olarak

experimentally

[eksˌperɪˈmentəlɪ] ADV [study, test, introduce] → experimentalmente, de forma experimental; [try out] → como experimento
he lifted the cases experimentally to see how heavy they werehizo el experimento de levantar las maletas para ver lo que pesaban

experimentally

[ɪkˌspɛrɪˈmɛntəli] adv
(SCIENCE) [study] → expérimentalement; [verify, test] → expérimentalement
[try out] → à titre expérimental
Experimentally, she put it to her mouth → À titre expérimental, elle le porta à sa bouche.

experimentally

adv
(= as an experiment)versuchsweise
(Chem, Phys etc, = by experiment) → experimentell; usein Versuchen

experimentally

[ɪksˌpɛrɪˈmɛntəlɪ] advsperimentalmente

experiment

(ikˈsperimənt) noun
a test done in order to find out something, eg if an idea is correct. He performs chemical experiments; experiments in traffic control; We shall find out by experiment.
verb
(with on or with) to try to find out something by making tests. He experimented with various medicines to find the safest cure; The doctor experiments on animals.
exˌperiˈmental (-ˈmentl) adjective
of, or used for an experiment. experimental teaching methods.
exˌperiˈmentally adverb
exˌperimenˈtation noun
the practice of making experiments.
References in classic literature ?
As he had arrived at that age when every man is, experimentally, something of a physician, he was enabled to turn to advantage the little knowledge in the healing art which he had casually picked up; and was sufficiently successful in two or three cases, to convince the simple Indians that report had not exaggerated his medical talents.
He had nothing to do here, he sometimes said to himself; but there was something beyond the ocean that he was still to do; something that he had left undone experimentally and speculatively, to see if it could content itself to remain undone.
It has been experimentally proved, that if a plot of ground be sown with several distinct genera of grasses, a greater number of plants and a greater weight of dry herbage can thus be raised.
Whether this is the case or not might even be decided experimentally. If there were a delicate instrument for recording small movements in the mouth and throat, we might place such an instrument in a person's mouth and then tell him to recite a poem to himself, as far as possible only in imagination.
Do you not see how, of late, this monster has been creeping into knowledge experimentally. How he has been making use of the zoophagous patient to effect his entry into friend John's home.
However, when animals were experimentally infected, many of the described Cryptosporidium species were found to be identical.
The Rochester group focused on the HOXA1 gene after noting that mice whose HOXA1 gene had been experimentally knocked out of commission suffer physical defects similar to those in children exposed to thalidomide early in fetal life.
NIST has advanced the technology both experimentally and theoretically by dealing with elastically anisotropic materials at frequencies approaching 500 MHz and by developing a Greens function formalism that speeds up and simplifies the deduction of elastic properties from surface wave velocity measurements.
The study "provides the first field evidence in an experimentally altered situation that indeed musth in older male African elephants does affect and reduce musth in younger males, comments L.E.L.
Our rigorously standardized study (1) is the first to establish experimentally that birds are highly competent as reservoir hosts for Lyme disease spirochetes.
Experimentally achieving the new prediction "would be an accomplishment indeed!" he adds.
"They were able to take something that had been hinted at and actually show it experimentally," Patel says.