Analyst ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Analyst ( noun )

  1. A person who analyzes something, especially data or a problem.
  2. A person who practices psychoanalysis.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from french analyste or modern latin analyst, from greek analut─ôs "one who breaks up", from analuein "loosen, release", from ana- "up" + luein "loosen".

Examples:

  1. The financial analyst predicted that the stock market would rise.
  2. The analyst concluded that the company's profits were being affected by increased competition.
  3. The patient was sent to an analyst to help understand their deep-seated anxieties.
  4. The analyst carefully examined the patient's dreams to gain insight into the unconscious mind.
  5. The political analyst"s report provided valuable insight into the motives behind the government"s actions.

(As a verb)

Analyst ( verb )

To study or examine something in detail, especially in order to understand it better.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from french analyste or modern latin analyst, from greek analut─ôs "one who breaks up", from analuein "loosen, release", from ana- "up" + luein "loosen".

Examples:

  1. The report analyzes the current state of the economy.
  2. The scientists analyzed the data from the experiment.
  3. They analyzed the results of the survey.
  4. The detective analyzed the crime scene for clues.
  5. The researcher analyzed the data and found a correlation between the two variables.
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