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ar·ti·fi·cial

 (är′tə-fĭsh′əl)
adj.
1.
a. Made by humans, especially in imitation of something natural: an artificial sweetener that replaces sugar; artificial flowers.
b. Not arising from natural or necessary causes; contrived or arbitrary: "Hausa [in Niger] ... are separated from their brethren in Nigeria by a porous and artificial border that the colonial powers left behind" (Jeffrey Tayler).
2. Affected or insincere: an artificial smile.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin artificiālis, belonging to art, from artificium, craftsmanship; see artifice.]

ar′ti·fi′ci·al′i·ty (-fĭsh′ē-ăl′ĭ-tē) n.
ar′ti·fi′cial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.artificially - not according to natureartificially - not according to nature; not by natural means; "artificially induced conditions"
naturally - according to nature; by natural means; without artificial help; "naturally grown flowers"
Translations
mesterségesen
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artificially

[ˌɑːtɪˈfɪʃəlɪ] ADV
1. (= by synthetic means) → artificialmente
2. (fig) → con afectación

artificially

[ˌɑːrtɪˈfɪʃəli] adv [keep, create, boost] → artificiellement; [low, high] → artificiellement; [induce, create, inseminate, colour, sweeten] → artificiellementartificial respiration nrespiration f artificielle

artificially

advkünstlich; (= insincerely)gekünstelt

artificially

[ˌɑːtɪˈfɪʃlɪ] adv (gen) → artificialmente; (behave, smile) → artificiosamente

artificial

(aːtiˈfiʃəl) adjective
made by man; not natural; not real. artificial flowers; Did you look at the colour in artificial light or in daylight?
artiˈficially adverb
ˌartificiˈality (-ʃiˈӕ-) noun
artificial respiration
the process of forcing air into and out of the lungs eg of a person who has almost drowned.
References in classic literature ?
Suspicions that the mind of itself gathers, are but buzzes; but suspicions that are artificially nourished, and put into men's heads, by the tales and whisperings of others, have stings.
It would be such a vacuum as cannot be artificially produced; for if we pump the air from a receiver there remains the luminiferous ether.
Pierre during the last two years, as a result of his continual absorption in abstract interests and his sincere contempt for all else, had acquired in his wife's circle, which did not interest him, that air of unconcern, indifference, and benevolence toward all, which cannot be acquired artificially and therefore inspires involuntary respect.
That these processes are often injurious to the fertility of a plant cannot be doubted; for Gartner gives in his table about a score of cases of plants which he castrated, and artificially fertilised with their own pollen, and(excluding all cases such as the Leguminosae, in which there is an acknowledged difficulty in the manipulation) half of these twenty plants had their fertility in some degree impaired.
Her little neck and arms were bare, and her hair, artificially crimped, stood out like fluffy black plumes over her head.
These effects were still produced if the parts in question were removed from the body and kept alive artificially.
This is a series of pastoral pieces (eclogues, Spenser calls them, by the classical name) twelve in number, artificially assigned one to each month in the year.
Erskine, having escaped by her marriage from the vile caste in which she was relatively poor and artificially unhappy and ill-conditioned, is now, as the pretty wife of an art-critic, relatively rich, as well as pleasant, active, and in sound health.
At intervals white globes hung from the ceiling--many of them cracked and smashed--which suggested that originally the place had been artificially lit.
These Annals of the English Stage, from Thomas Betterton to Edmund [74] Kean, are full of the colours of life in their most emphatic and motley contrasts, as is natural in proportion as the stage itself concentrates and artificially intensifies the character and conditions of ordinary life.
After the long hours of artificially heated rooms, there was something particularly soothing about the fresh sweetness of the early spring morning.
Such frizzling and powdering and sticking up of hair, such delicate complexions artificially preserved and mended, such gallant swords to look at, and such delicate honour to the sense of smell, would surely keep anything going, for ever and ever.