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analyst

one who analyzes: He’s a CIA analyst.
Not to be confused with:
annalist – a writer of historical records: He writes annals of war.

an·a·lyst

 (ăn′ə-lĭst)
n.
One who performs analysis, as:
a. One who practices psychoanalysis.
b. One who performs systems analysis.

analyst

(ˈænəlɪst)
n
1. a person who analyses or is skilled in analysis
2. (Psychoanalysis) short for psychoanalyst. See psychoanalyst

an•a•lyst

(ˈæn l ɪst)

n.
1. a person who analyzes or who is skilled in analysis.
2. a psychoanalyst.
[1650–60; < French analyste]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.analyst - someone who is skilled at analyzing dataanalyst - someone who is skilled at analyzing data
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
assayer - an analyst who assays (performs chemical tests on) metals
intelligence analyst - a government analyst of information about an enemy or potential enemy
systems analyst - a person skilled at systems analysis
2.analyst - an expert who studies financial data (on credit or securities or sales or financial patterns etc.) and recommends appropriate business actionsanalyst - an expert who studies financial data (on credit or securities or sales or financial patterns etc.) and recommends appropriate business actions
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
credit analyst - an analyst who studies the financial statements and financial history of applicants for credit in order to evaluate their creditworthiness
financial analyst, securities analyst - an analyst who studies the financial performance of corporations
industry analyst - an analyst of conditions affecting a particular industry
market analyst - an analyst of conditions affecting a market (especially the stock market)
3.analyst - a licensed practitioner of psychoanalysisanalyst - a licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis
head-shrinker, psychiatrist, shrink - a physician who specializes in psychiatry

analyst

noun
2. psychiatrist, therapist, psychologist, psychotherapist, psychoanalyst, psychoanalyser, headshrinker (slang), shrink (slang) My analyst has helped me not to feel guilty.
Translations
مُحَلِّل نَفْسانِيمُحَلِّـل
analytikpsychoanalytik
analytikerpsykiater
analyytikkopsykoanalyytikko
analitičarpsihoanalitičar
rannsóknarmaîur, greinandisálgreinandi
アナリストシステムアナリスト
analistanaliste
analityk
analytik
analistpsikiatristtahlilci

analyst

[ˈænəlɪst] N
1. (Chem etc) → analista mf
2. (Psych) → psicoanalista mf

analyst

[ˈænəlɪst] n
(gen)analyste mf
political analyst → analyste politique
financial analyst → analyste financier/ière m/f
(= psychoanalyst) → psychanalyste mf, analyste mf

analyst

nAnalytiker(in) m(f); (= psychoanalyst also)Psychoanalytiker(in) m(f); (Chem) → Chemiker(in) m(f); food analystLebensmittelchemiker(in) m(f); he gave it to the analyst in the laber ließ im Labor eine Analyse davon machen

analyst

[ˈænəlɪst] n (political, financial) → analista m/f (Am) (also psychoanalyst) → (psic)analista m/f

analysis

(əˈnӕləsis) plural aˈnalyses (-siːz) noun
1. (a) detailed examination of something (a sentence, a chemical compound etc) especially by breaking it up into the parts of which it is made up. The chemist is making an analysis of the poison; close analysis of the situation.
2. (especially American) psycho-analysis. He is undergoing analysis for his emotional problems.
analyse (ˈӕnəlaiz) , (American) analyze verb
to examine the nature of (something) especially by breaking up (a whole) into parts. The doctor analysed the blood sample.
analyst (ˈӕnəlist) noun
1. a person who analyses. a chemical analyst.
2. (especially American) a psychiatrist.
analytical (ӕnəˈlitikl) adjective

analyst

n (psych, fam) psicoanalista mf, analista mf (fam)
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The terrible disasters at the Ealing and South Kensington laboratories have disinclined analysts for further investigations upon the latter.
The analyst was asked by him to report whether strychnine was, or was not, present.
As the strong man exults in his physical ability, delighting in such exercises as call his muscles into action, so glories the analyst in that moral activity which disentangles.
Deprived of ordinary resources, the analyst throws himself into the spirit of his opponent, identifies himself therewith, and not unfrequently sees thus, at a glance, the sole methods (sometime indeed absurdly simple ones) by which he may seduce into error or hurry into miscalculation.
But it is in matters beyond the limits of mere rule that the skill of the analyst is evinced.
The analytical power should not be confounded with ample ingenuity; for while the analyst is necessarily ingenious, the ingenious man is often remarkably incapable of analysis.
She needed the theory to explain a certain moral irritation by which she was often visited; though, if this explanation was unsound, a deeper analyst than I must give the right one.
In an effort to play catch-up, the CIA put a team of its best analysts on the case, sorting through satellite photos, tips from defectors, and electronic intercepts to determine how close North Korea was to possessing intercontinental missiles.
Many analysts said the stumble was largely a symptom of turmoil in the telecommunications business, though some said Knowling shared the blame.
Regulation Fair Disclosure has forced companies to share financial information with more than just a few select analysts.
In August the SEC issued new regulation FD, which will redefine how companies and their senior executives interact with analysts and the public in disclosing material information.
But to hear the SEC tell it, the practices it addresses -- selective disclosure of important information by corporate executives to favored analysts and institutional investors -- have been going on for a very long time.

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