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  • 41 sufficient — /səˈfɪʃənt / (say suh fishuhnt) adjective 1. that suffices; enough or adequate: sufficient proof; sufficient protection. 2. Obsolete competent or capable, as a person. {Middle English, from Latin sufficiens, present participle, sufficing}… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 42 sufficient evidence — Abstractly, evidence of such probative value as to support the verdict of the jury or a finding of fact by the court. Practically, evidence such as will satisfy an unprejudiced mind of the truth of that which the court or jury has found to be the …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 43 sufficient condition — noun 1. : a cause, ground, or condition such that if it be given the thing in question is assured 2. : condition 2a(3) * * * sufficient condition noun (logic) A condition or proposition whose existence assures the truth of, or leads to the… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 44 sufficient reason — noun 1. : law of sufficient reason 2. : sufficient condition …

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  • 45 sufficient condition — See condition, necessary/sufficient …

    Philosophy dictionary

  • 46 sufficient — See enough. See enough, sufficient …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • 47 sufficient — • tillräcklig, lagom, betryggande, nöjaktig, passande, passabel, sufficient …

    Svensk synonymlexikon

  • 48 sufficient — [14] Sufficient originated as the present participle of Latin sufficere ‘be enough’ (source also of English suffice [14]). This was a compound verb formed from the prefix sub ‘under’ and facere ‘do, make’ (source of English fact, factory, etc).… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 49 sufficient — adjective & determiner enough; adequate. Derivatives sufficiently adverb Origin ME (in the sense legally satisfactory ): from OFr., or from L. sufficient (see suffice) …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 50 sufficient — adjective there was sufficient evidence to justify a charge Syn: enough, plenty of, ample; adequate, satisfactory Ant: inadequate …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 51 sufficient — suf•fi•cient [[t]səˈfɪʃ ənt[/t]] adj. 1) adequate for the purpose; enough 2) cvb pho logic (of a condition) such that its existence leads to the occurrence of a given event or the existence of a given thing Compare necessary 4), c) 3) archaic… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 52 sufficient condition — pakankamoji sąlyga statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. sufficient condition vok. hinreichende Bedingung, f rus. достаточное условие, n pranc. condition suffisante, f …

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  • 53 sufficient — Adequate, enough, as much as may be necessary, equal or fit for end proposed, and that which may be necessary to accomplish an object. Of such quality, number, force, or value as to serve a need or purpose. Nissen v. Miller, 44 N.M. 487, 105 P.2d …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 54 sufficient evidence — Adequate evidence; such evidence, in character, weight, or amount, as will legally justify the judicial or official action demanded; according to circumstances, it may be prima facie or satisfactory evidence. Sufficient evidence is that which is… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 55 sufficient bail — See sufficient sureties …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 56 sufficient deed — See good and sufficient deed …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 57 sufficient sureties — Sureties on a bail bond of financial ability to respond in payment of the amount of the bond and of sufficient vigilance to secure the appearance and prevent the absconding of the accused. 8 Am J2d Bail § 82 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 58 sufficient — see sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof a word to the wise is enough …

    Proverbs new dictionary

  • 59 sufficient — [14] Sufficient originated as the present participle of Latin sufficere ‘be enough’ (source also of English suffice [14]). This was a compound verb formed from the prefix sub ‘under’ and facere ‘do, make’ (source of English fact, factory, etc).… …

    Word origins

  • 60 sufficient condition — noun Date: 1885 1. a proposition whose truth assures the truth of another proposition 2. a state of affairs whose existence assures the existence of another state of affairs …

    New Collegiate Dictionary