‹ Acceptability Acceptableness ›
Meanings and phrases
- worthy of acceptance or satisfactory
- judged to be in conformity with approved usage
- adequate for the purpose
- meeting requirements; satisfactory
- Travel for the sake of curiosity was not acceptable.
- Gandhiji also involved and said it is not acceptable.
- Not have domestic partnerships; that's not acceptable.
- Stojanović said poetry was more acceptable for the Partisans than prose.
- Some entries are re-edited to be more acceptable to Ultra-Orthodox readers.
- A woman dressing in men's clothing is considered to be a more acceptable activity.
- If this is done in a socially acceptable way, the child develops the initiative.
- This was the statement that made bass socially acceptable, which they had not been before.
- An employer must only dismiss an employee for rational, reasonable, and socially acceptable reason.
- In 2011, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.
- This method of consumption was also considered acceptable with the original packaging.
- To many anarchists, the only form of democracy considered acceptable is direct democracy.
- Other individuals for whom it is considered acceptable not to fast are those who are ill or traveling.
- Step 1, when necessary, suppresses aliasing to an acceptable level.
- The system must be designed so that this unwanted output is reduced to an acceptable level.
- The mode and techniques chosen must also allow the dive to be done at an acceptable level of risk.