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science noun

ADJ. hard His essay is not based on hard science. | exact, inexact Politics is as much an art form as an exact science. | popular The magazine contains a lot of popular science. | basic, school I was trying to remember what I had learnt about gravity in school science. | applied, experimental | biological, human, life, natural, physical The life sciences include biology and botany. | agricultural, earth, environmental, food, marine, soil | forensic | medical, veterinary | behavioural, political, social | computer, information | cognitive, linguistic | space | sports | management

SCIENCE + NOUN education, research, teaching | museum, park

PREP. ~ of Meteorology is the science of the weather.

PHRASES the history of science, the laws of science, science and technology, the world of science His experiments have achieved notoriety in the world of science. > Note at SUBJECT(for verbs and more nouns)