abstractly - Polnisch
Stepan Trofimovitch sometimes talked of art, and very well, though rather abstractly.
The startUp operation abstractly represents the initialization phase of execution when an application is launched.
Josh is a great test taker, but Claude thinks more abstractly.
I'm just speaking abstractly...
Abstractly, I knew it could happen. I didn't think it would actually happen.
Alongside parents, it is teachers who translate the abstractly defined aims and purposes of education into messages which children can recognize and internalize.
Article 75 calculates damages concretely by reference to the price in a substitute transaction, while article 76 calculates damages abstractly by reference to the current market price.
But, as pointed out above, the system itself cannot be abstractly efficient in the absence of an active party policy when it comes to gender equality.
Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Union on electronic commerce, on the other hand, allowed the parties to prove the essence of the signature without abstractly proving the reliability of the technology.
I also participate indirectly and abstractly in forging the common good, by creating value through my work, and I am rewarded for it.
in abstract terms