Synsets for "acceptable"

Synset: acceptable.a.01

Synonyms: acceptable

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: worthy of acceptance or satisfactory

Examples: acceptable levels of radiation | performances varied from acceptable to excellent

Lemmas: acceptable

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Synset: acceptable.s.02

Synonyms: acceptable

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: judged to be in conformity with approved usage

Examples: acceptable English usage

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Synset: satisfactory.s.02

Synonyms: satisfactory

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: meeting requirements

Examples: the step makes a satisfactory seat

Lemmas: satisfactory acceptable

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Synset: acceptable.s.04

Synonyms: acceptable

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: adequate for the purpose

Examples: the water was acceptable for drinking

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Acceptable ring All finite-dimensional Gorenstein rings are acceptable, as are all finitely generated algebras over acceptable rings and all localizations of acceptable rings.
Glossary of video terms The difference between the maximum acceptable signal level and the minimum acceptable signal level.
Chevrolet Suburban It gave the Suburban an Acceptable rating along with the Tahoe and Yukon. The Escalade also got an Acceptable rating.
The Yes Men At the International Payments Conference on April 28, 2005, 'Dow representative' "Erastus Hamm" unveiled Acceptable Risk, the Acceptable Risk Calculator, and the Acceptable Risk mascot — a life-sized golden skeleton named Gilda — to an audience of about 70 banking professionals.
Grammaticality The acceptability of a sentence is often reported in a variety of terms including acceptable, marginally acceptable, unacceptable, terrible, good etc. Degrees of acceptability are usually represented by symbols like *, ?,??, ?* etc., usually on a scale of 0-?-*-** (acceptable to unacceptable).
Acceptable quality limit The acceptable quality limit (AQL) is the worst tolerable process "average" ("mean") in percentage or ratio that is still considered acceptable; that is, it is at an acceptable quality level. Closely related terms are the rejectable quality limit and rejectable quality level (RQL). In a quality control procedure, a process is said to be at an acceptable quality level if the appropriate statistic used to construct a control chart does not fall outside the bounds of the acceptable quality limits. Otherwise, the process is said to be at a rejectable control level.
Acceptable ring In mathematics, an acceptable ring is a generalization of an excellent ring, with the conditions about regular rings in the definition of an excellent ring replaced by conditions about Gorenstein rings. Acceptable rings were introduced by .
List of automotive light bulb types UN Regulation 99 covers gas discharge light sources for use in vehicle headlamps. All light sources acceptable under Regulation 99 are also acceptable under US regulations.
Silver Lake (Hollis, New Hampshire) The lake has been tested for acceptable bacteria levels, and as of 2006 the State of New Hampshire had deemed the lake acceptable for swimming.
Acceptance set In financial mathematics, acceptance set is a set of acceptable future net worth which is acceptable to the regulator. It is related to risk measures.
Risk appetite Defined acceptable levels of risk also means that resources are not spent on further reducing risks that are already at an acceptable level.
Corsicana, Texas Collins Middle School and Corsicana High School were rated Academically Acceptable by the TEA. The Corsicana ISD received Academically Acceptable status from the state.
Overfishing The notion of overfishing hinges on what is meant by an acceptable level of fishing. More precise biological and bioeconomic terms define acceptable level as follows:
Kirkcudbright Academy • Any jumper, cardigan or waistcoat worn should also be in black; no other colours or designs are acceptable. Patterns and logos are not acceptable.
Acceptable Risk Acceptable Risk is a 1995 novel by American author Robin Cook.
Okurigana Required or recommended (acceptable alternatives in parentheses) ():
VIKOR method C2. “Acceptable Stability in decision making”:
Jemez language “nų́ų́dæsh vééle”- These men- Not acceptable
San people There are regional variations in acceptable nomenclature:
An Acceptable Time An Acceptable Time is a 1989 young adult science fiction novel by Madeleine L'Engle, the last of her books to feature Polyhymnia O'Keefe, better known as Poly ("The Arm of the Starfish", "Dragons in the Waters") or Polly ("A House Like a Lotus", "An Acceptable Time"). Marketed as part of the author's Time Quintet (the other four volumes of which are called the Time Quartet), "An Acceptable Time" connects Polly's adventures with those of her parents, Meg Murry and Calvin O'Keefe, which take place a generation earlier. The book's title is taken from Psalm 69:13, "But as for me, my prayer is to You, O Lord, at an acceptable time."