Analyze (verb)

  1. To study or examine something in detail, especially in order to understand it better.
  2. To examine (a substance) chemically in order to determine its nature and composition.

Origin:

Late 16th century (in the sense "break up into parts, examine the elements of"): from french analyser or modern latin analyzare, from greek 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 blood sample and discovered the presence of a rare virus.
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