Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
adequately (adv)
Sens 1 : in a sufficient manner for a specific requirement [source : D'après MW]
Contextes :
  • These zones were also relatively easy to survey and allowed inexperienced fieldwalkers to be trained adequately before teams tackled the more difficult urban fringes and the area of the ancient cemeteries known to exist in zone 9 and farther south.
  • The most important conclusion is a question as to why a landing at Suvla Bay had not been adequately explored, given the suitability of its landing beaches, the trafficability of the wide Suvla Plain, and the suitability of the plain for the provision of ground water supplies.
  • However, if indeed one chloride ligand interacts with the surface of the silica to significantly elongate the V -Cl bond, the DFT model does not adequately reproduce the effect of the surface.
Sens 2 : in a satisfactory, but not extremely good manner. [source : D'après MAC]
Équivalent(s) : correctement:3
Contextes :
  • Suppose a model based on conventional equation of state, adequately tested in the laboratory, fails to account for a cosmological observation.
  • Various reasons exist for the criminal enforcement of copyright: first, criminal sanctions are necessary to curtail infringements that would otherwise not be adequately dealt with using civil sanctions.
  • Overall, it can be said that the fine grid (500 K grids) used in the present work adequately captures the key features of flow generated in stirred vessels.