Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
appropriate (adj)
Sens 1 : suitable or acceptable for a particular situation. [source : D'après ALE]
Contextes :
  • Furthermore, appropriate modifications in the reactor hydrodynamics make it possible that the heat of reaction is removed by evaporation of the hydrocarbon and that heat-transfer surfaces inside the reactor are rendered unnecessary.
  • A single categorical diagnosis simplifies the choice of clinical focus and appropriate treatment.
  • The strange dialogue of reproaching letters and the furious police mark-up in red and blue pencil pointed to a growing disparity in conceptions of responsibility for security and appropriate defense.
Contextes :
  • At the same time, individuals emboldened by notions of democracy continued to appropriate streets for their own political and commercial ends.
  • It is never localized here or there, never in anybody's hands, never appropriated as a commodity or piece of wealth.
  • Expanding the scope of protection would return Member states with superior innovative capacity to a pre-TRIPS environment in which the products of innovation could be appropriated freely once placed into channels of international trade.
Sens v : v [source : v]
Équivalent(s) : v
Sens 1 : to take exclusive possession of something. [source : D'après MW]
Équivalent(s) : approprier:1
appropriately (adv)
Sens 1 : in a manner properly suited; fittingly. [source : OED]
Contextes :
  • The transfer of mass, energy, and momentum in the ICP could be appropriately described if the coefficients of diffusion, viscosity, thermal conductivity, and electrical conductivity are known with accuracy.
  • However, it has not yet been determined how to formulate the definition appropriately.
  • The initial width of each filter is important only for the initial stages of the network’s operation, as our dynamic algorithm will later adjust the sizes of the filters appropriately.
inappropriate (adj)