Having to do with the body.
“Are you feeling any physical effects?”
Having to do with the material world.
“It’s not so much a physical place as a state of mind.”
Involving bodily force.
“This team plays a very physical game, so watch out.”
Having to do with physics.
“The substance has a number of interesting physical properties.”
Relating to physic, or medicine; medicinal; curative; also, cathartic; purgative.
“How long has it been since your last physical?”
Performed by or pertaining to the mind or spirit; mental, psychic. from 17th c.
Pertaining to the animal nature of man, as opposed to the spirit. from 18th c.
Outside the realm of the physical; supernatural, psychic. from 19th c.
relating to the body as opposed to the mind
“a range of physical and mental challenges”
involving bodily contact or activity
“less physical sports such as bowls”
“a physical relationship”
relating to things perceived through the senses as opposed to the mind; tangible or concrete
“the physical world”
relating to physics or the operation of natural forces generally
a medical examination to determine a person’s bodily fitness
“at fifty-something, each year’s physical was a kind of lottery”
stocks held in actual commodities for immediate exchange, for example as opposed to futures
“the exchange of futures for physicals”
another term for psychic (sense 1 of the adjective)