Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
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.
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