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adequate

соразмерный; пригодный; соответствующий

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1.
  должный ...
Англо-русский дипломатический словарь
2.
  adj.  1) соответствующий, адекватный adequate definition - точное определение  2) достаточный  3) компетентный; отвечающий требованиям Syn: enough, satisfactory, sufficient Ant: deficient, inadequate, insufficient, unqualified, unsuitable ...
Англо-русский словарь
3.
  1. достаточный, отвечающий требованиям the salary is not adequate to support a family —- этого жалованья не хватает на содержание семьи adequate strength —- тех. необходимая прочность adequate grounds —- юр. достаточное основание 2. соответствующий, адекватный adequate compensation —- надлежащая компенсация adequate definition —- соответствующее определение is language adequate to describe it? —- можно ли это описать словами? 3. компетентный he is an adequate man for the job —- он подходящий человек для этой работы 4. удовлетворительный; приличный, недурной the performance was adequate though hardly exciting —- исполнение было вполне приличным, но ничего особенного 5. редк. быть или делать достаточным ...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
4.
  прил. 1) соответствующий, отвечающий требованиям 2) достаточный 3) компетентный • - adequate data - adequate information - adequate measure - adequate provision - adequate provisions - adequate quality - adequate response - adequate supplies - be adequate ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
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  adj. 1 sufficient, satisfactory (often with the implication of being barely so). 2 (foll. by to) proportionate. 3 barely sufficient. Derivatives adequacy n. adequately adv. Etymology: L adaequatus past part. of adaequare make equal (as AD-, aequus equal) ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
6.
   adjective  Etymology: Latin adaequatus, past participle of adaequare to make equal, from ad- + aequare to equal — more at equable  Date: circa 1617  1. sufficient for a specific requirement ~ taxation of goods; also barely sufficient or satisfactory her first performance was merely ~  2. lawfully and reasonably sufficient ~ grounds for a lawsuit  Synonyms: see sufficient  • ~ly adverb  • ~ness noun ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
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  Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. If something is adequate, there is enough of it or it is good enough to be used or accepted. One in four people worldwide are without adequate homes... The old methods weren’t adequate to meet current needs... ? inadequate ADJ: oft ADJ to-inf, ADJ for n • adequately Many students are not adequately prepared for higher education... I speak the language adequately. ADV: ADV with v ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~ adj 1 an ~ amount is enough for a particular purpose  (The research cannot be completed without adequate funding.) + for  (Are the parking facilities adequate for fifty cars?) 2 good enough in quality for a particular purpose or activity  (Without the proper resources the department cannot do an adequate job.) ~ to do sth  (His explanation did not seem adequate to account for what had happened.) 3 fairly good but not excellent  (Her performance was adequate but lacked originality.) - ~ly adv  (She wasn't adequately insured.) - adequacy n  ( USAGE NOTE: ADEQUATE WORD CHOICE ~, sufficient, enough, good enough,satisfactory, (will) do ^~ and sufficient are both more formal than enough, but all three can be used to talk about quantity Will you have enough/sufficient/adequate money for the trip? However, ~ often sounds a little negative, suggesting that the amount is only just enough The water supply here is adequate/sufficient. If you want to say that the quality of something is enough, you use good enough or satisfactory: "I'm afraid your work isn't good enough/satisfactory." Satisfactory is a more formal word. ^~ can be used to talk about both quality and quantity together, especially with uncountable nouns. For example, if you ask: Is the food adequate? you might be asking whether there is enough in amount or whether it is good enough. However, with a plural countable noun the quality meaning is more likely: adequate resources/training/support etc In spoken English people often use do (but not in progressive forms) to talk about something being enough in either of these ways: "Do you have enough money?" "It should do" (=it should be enough). | It's not much but it'll have to do. ) ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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  - 1617, from L. adжquatus, pp. of adжquare "equalize," from ad- "to" + жquare "make level," from жquus (see equal). ...
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