Apt

  • 41Apt — Die Abkürzung APT steht für: Aluminium Profil Technik Advanced Packaging Tool, Paket Management Software für verschiedene Linux Distributionen Advanced Passenger Train, Hochgeschwindigkeitsprototypenzüge mit Neigetechnik der British Rail Almost… …

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  • 42apt — aptly, adv. aptness, n. /apt/, adj. 1. inclined; disposed; given; prone: too apt to slander others. 2. likely: Am I apt to find him at home? 3. unusually intelligent; able to learn quickly and easily: an apt pupil. 4. suited to the purpose or… …

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  • 43apt — [[t]æpt[/t]] adj. 1) disposed; prone: too apt to slander others[/ex] 2) likely: Am I apt to find him at home?[/ex] 3) being quick to learn; bright: an apt pupil[/ex] 4) suited to the purpose or occasion: an apt metaphor[/ex] • Etymology:… …

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  • 44APT-S — Advanced passenger train Pour les articles homonymes, voir APT. L’Advanced passenger train (APT) est un train pendulaire mis au point par British Rail dans les années 1970 1980, qui fut un échec technique et commercial …

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  • 45apt. — pl. apts. apartment. * * * apt «apt», adjective. 1. fitted by nature; likely (to): »A careless person is apt to make mistakes. SYNONYM(S): inclined, liable, prone. 2. right for the occasio …

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  • 46APT — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.   Sigles d’une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres   Sigles de quatre lettres …

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  • 47apt — [[t]æ̱pt[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED An apt remark, description, or choice is especially suitable. The words of this report are as apt today as in 1929. ...an apt description of the situation. Syn: apposite Derived words: aptly ADV GRADED ...the beach in… …

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  • 48apt — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin aptus, literally, fastened, from past participle of apere to fasten; akin to Latin apisci to grasp, obtain, apud near, Hittite ḫap to attach Date: 14th century 1. unusually fitted or qualified ;… …

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  • 49Apt — I Ạpt   [nach dem Ort Apt] das, s, Aptien [ap tjɛ̃], Ạptium, Aptstufe, eine Stufe der Kreide.   II Apt   [apt, at], Stadt in der südostfranzösischen Region Provence Alpes Côte d Azur, im Département …

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  • 50apt */ — UK [æpt] / US adjective 1) something that is apt, especially a name, description, or comment, is very suitable an apt comparison It seemed apt that the winning goal was scored by the captain. 2) good at learning an apt pupil • be apt to do… …

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  • 51apt — /æpt / (say apt) adjective 1. unusually intelligent; quick to learn: an apt pupil. 2. suited to the purpose or occasion: an apt metaphor. 3. Archaic prepared; ready; willing. –phrase 4. apt to, inclined or disposed to: the baby is apt to cry when …

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  • 52APT — Las siglas APT pueden referirse a los siguientes términos: Advanced Packaging Tool, una herramienta informática de gestión de paquetes desarrollada por Debian. Teoría del arbitraje, una teoría de modelado económico en finanzas. APT (álbum), un… …

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  • 53apt — adjective 1 apt to do something having a natural tendency to do something: Some of the staff are apt to arrive late on Mondays. 2 exactly right for a particular situation or purpose: an apt and telling remark 3 formal quick to learn and… …

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  • 54apt — adjective 1) a very apt description of how I felt Syn: suitable, fitting, appropriate, befitting, relevant, germane, applicable, apposite Ant: inappropriate 2) they re apt to get a bit sloppy Syn …

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  • 55apt — adjective 1) a very apt description Syn: suitable, fitting, appropriate, relevant, apposite; Brit.; informal spot on 2) they are apt to be a bit slipshod Syn: inclined, given, likely …

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  • 56apt — adjective /æpt/ a) Fit or fitted; suited; suitable; appropriate. Tonight there’s a full moon, which is apt, since the election night will bring out the lunatics. b) Having a habitual tendency; habitually …

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  • 57Apt — Puede referirse a: ● APT: Es el acrónimo de Advanced Packaging Tool. ● Apt (Francia): Es una ciudad francesa del departamento de Vaucluse …

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  • 58apt — adj. (cannot stand alone) apt to + inf. (he is apt to exaggerate) …

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  • 59apt — [æpt] adj very suitable It seemed apt that the winning goal was scored by the captain.[/ex] • be apt to do sth to have a tendency to do something[/ex] aptly adv …

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  • 60apt — See apt, liable, likely …

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