Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire

Nomenclature

Résultats anglais
able (adj)
Sens 1 : having the power, means or opportunity to do something. [Source : D'après OAL]
Équivalent(s) : capable:1
Contextes
  • By not only building but also sharing outdoor ovens, they were able to take advantage of social networks in order to maximize their productivity.
  • We are even able to make reliable projections about which subcategories of carnivores (hunters vs. scavengers, for example) may have been involved, depending on factors such as distributional biases towards particular body parts (Bunn 2001; Speth and Tchernov 1998).
  • In addition, the model was able to predict the pH change during the course of the experiments accurately.
Sens 2 : having knowledge or skill; competent; capable. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : capable:1
Contextes
  • This system was open to the web, so students could simulate robotic plans and become exposed to this 'big science' project through public access to special servers, but teleoperator was not able to manipulate the actual object, so in fact this mode was restricted to teleoperative planning.
  • Programmers shall be able to use the explicit specification of type states as an option.
  • Lawyers, as I have seen, are able to identify and weigh a range of competing factors that embody tensions and ambiguities.
acceptable (adj)
Sens 1 : capable or worthy of being accepted: satisfactory: conforming to or equal to approved standards [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : acceptable:1
Contextes
  • The formal text may also reflect a more nuanced understanding between the Member states as to acceptable levels of enforcement which fall short of the level of perfection.
  • The results do indicate acceptable behavior in the low Q range with a decrease in Dtr observed, corresponding to an increased viscosity of 0.184 cP for the bulk solvent.
  • Knowing what is acceptable in what places is learned through personal experience.
Sens 2 : barely satisfactory or adequate. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : acceptable:2
Contextes
  • In summary, the first introductory module that illustrated the concept of optimality was the only one that met with all positive reviews, and the second one would be acceptable with slight color modifications.
  • One can picture this situation by imagining that each party constructs a continuous scale of its preferences ranging from its most preferred outcome to its least favorite acceptable outcome.
  • The work of Ravara and Vasconcelos [26] improves such type systems by allowing only messages possibly acceptable in some future state to be sent.
amenable (adj)
Sens 1 : willing to be influenced or controlled. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : prêt:1
Contextes
  • Above all, linking political participation to membership in a religio-linguistic group for the sake of balance and equality in practice allowed provincial men in power to treat Turcophone Muslims as a backward flock whose emigration couldn't and shouldn't be stopped while Bulgarophone Christians were reasonable and amenable to specific measures.
  • In a context wherein direct confrontation with staff was reduced, individual prisoners (with the support and encouragement of their lawyers) became increasingly amenable to the idea of using the courts to press their claims.
  • According to Lloyd however, artists are more amenable to mixing with diverse populations and suffering area decay and inconveniences for both aesthetic and economic reasons.
Sens 2 : subject to the authority of something. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : responsable:1, soumis:2
Contextes
  • There is an urgent need to replicate Thornton's work and find out whether his result is reliable and whether CMFs are amenable to the transformation of primaries.
  • For the most part, the attendees of the Ulinski Center have lost trust in the police, the attendees at Lincoln Park are slightly more amenable to interacting with the police, the attendees of the Dulski Center seemed most likely to engage with police.
  • VPOs are amenable to solid-phase catalysis; the large surface areas that can be packed into a small mass of the catalyst make for good economy.
applicable (adj)
Sens 1 : relevant to or affecting a particular situation or group of people. [Source : MAC]
Contextes
  • The application of a state's criminal law by its criminal courts is simply the exercise or actualization of prescription: both amount to an assertion that the law in question is applicable to the relevant conduct.
  • But international law, as defined before 1800, proved an uncomfortable fit with expansionist claims to empire, and the nineteenth century saw a redefinition of its philosophical foundations in order to make it applicable to colonial and semicolonial contexts.
  • For example, at each deliberation cycle one may apply only one applicable PG-rule (instead of applying all applicable rules), execute one plan (instead of the first action of all plans), and process one event.
available (adj)
Sens 1 : present or ready for immediate use. [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : disponible:1
capable (adj)
Sens 1 : constituted, situated, or characterized as susceptible or open to being affected (used postpositively with following of). [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : susceptible:1, apte:1
Sens 2 : having sufficient power, prowess, intelligence, resources, strength, or other needed attributes to perform or accomplish (usually used postpositively with of followed by a gerund or actional noun). [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : compétent:1, hauteur:1
Sens 3 : marked by or possessed of a predisposition to : having characteristics or personality traits conducive to or admitting of (used postpositively with of). [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : apte:1, enclin:1
comparable (adj)
Sens 1 : having enough like characteristics or qualities to make comparison appropriate. [Source : MWU]
Sens 2 : permitting or inviting comparison often in one or two salient points only. [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : _comparable_adj, assimilable:2
Sens 3 : suitable for matching, coordinating, or contrasting: equivalent, similar. [Source : MWU]
conceivable (adj)
Sens 1 : capable of being understood, believed, or imagined; possible. [Source : CED]
Équivalent(s) : envisageable:1
considerable (adj)
Sens 1 : great in amount or size. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : considérable:1, important:2
Sens 2 : worthy of consideration; of consequence or distinction: important, significant. [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : important:1, considérable:2
desirable (adj)
Sens 1 : worth having; to be wished for. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : souhaitable:1
enable (verbe)
Sens 1 : to make (somebody) able to do something by giving him the necessary authority or means. [Source : D'après OAL]
Sens 2 : to make (something) possible. [Source : D'après OAL]
Équivalent(s) : permettre:1
favorable (adj)
Sens 1 : helpful; suitable. [Source : Source inconnue]
Équivalent(s) : _favorable_adj, _propice_adj