Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rationale"

The meaning of "Rationale" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does rationale mean?
A: Their basis or reasons for whatever they are doing.
Q: What does rationale mean?
A: A rationale is usually a description of something, so in the context of let’s say an art exhibition- the artist would type up a brief rationale (description) of the exhibition to help the viewers understand the meaning behind the art piece
Q: What does rationale mean?
A: Something according with reason or explanation.

Synonyms of "Rationale" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I understand the rationale for it. and I understand the reasoning for it. ?
A: Reasoning is an action verb we sometimes use as a noun and rationale is a noun. So reasoning has more of a nuance toward the process of deciding something, while rationale has a nuance of the fundamental basis on which it is decided.
Q: What is the difference between I understand the rationale for it. and I understand the reasoning for it. ?
A: They mean the same thing. I’ve heard rationale a lot more than I’ve heard reasoning.
Q: What is the difference between rationale for and rationale behind ?
A: got it, thank you!
Q: What is the difference between rationale and root cause ?
A: Rationale means the reason for doing something, like the thought process behind an action. Root cause means a condition or an action which is the underlying factor behind another event or an action- the condition that caused another.

“What was the rationale behind moving the meeting to next Thursday?”

“Being out in the rain last weekend was the root cause of her illness.”
Q: What is the difference between rationale and principle ?
A: They're kind of the same. I think it depends on how you use them.

Translations of "Rationale"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rationale
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Other questions about "Rationale"

Q: ‎‎‎‎‎a rationale to do xx
a ground to do xx

what is the difference?
A:

That is correct. When using this phrase, we always make “grounds” plural.

We only use the singular form “ground” when we are talking about the actual ground, the floor or earth underneath our feet. 🙃
Q: I have a rationale to believe that she is innocent. Does this sound natural?
A: I have a reason to believe that she is innocent.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce rationale.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce rational and rationale.
A: I hope this helps :)

If you have time, please help me with my question. Does this sound natural? (https://hinative.com/en-US/questions/7130094)
Q: What is the rationale behind the nomenclature of the αamino acid?(eg. alanie/tryptophan/aspartic acid)
A: i think it should all come down to their properties. their names are obviously not english. but their chemical structure, polarity, whether they have an alpha helix or beta sheets plays a role in how they are named.

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