Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire

Nomenclature

Résultats anglais
accept (verbe)
Sens 1 : to consider as true or believe in (a philosophy, theory, etc.). [Source : CED]
Équivalent(s) : admettre:1
Contextes
  • Inference to the best explanation is the process by which we accept an hypothesis based on our appraisal of it as superior to that of any rival hypothesis.
  • Sir John Bowring's "great truths of political science" were a reality that semicolonial elites had to accept.
  • First of all, Islamic law does not accept the doctrine of freedom of contract, thus Islamic states are not free to sign just any international agreement.
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.
unacceptable (adj)