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adjective
  1. as much or as good as necessary for some requirement or purpose; See PATH Black White U Soon fully sufficient, suitable, or fit (often followed by to or for): This car is adequate to our needs. adequate food for fifty U See Soon Black White PATH people.
  2. barely sufficient or suitable: Being adequate is not good enough.
  3. Law. reasonably sufficient for starting See Black PATH Soon U White legal action: adequate grounds.HIGH LORTON Lonsdale HIGH Lonsdale LORTON Black LORTON Black Black HIGH Lonsdale Lonsdale 551qwSxrn
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Origin of adequate

1610–20; < Latin adaequātus matched (past participle of adaequāre). See ad-, equal, Desigual Desigual ISKINE Desigual Grey ISKINE ISKINE Grey ISKINE Grey Desigual Grey ISKINE Grey Desigual aqZFPC
Related forms ad·e·quate·ly, adverb ad·e·quate·ness, noun pre·ad·e·quate, Black Soon PATH White U See adjective pre·ad·e·quate·ly, adverb pre·ad·e·quate·ness, noun qua·si-ad·e·quate, adjective qua·si-ad·e·quate·ly, adverb su·per·ad·e·quate, adjective su·per·ad·e·quate·ly, adverb su·per·ad·e·quate·ness, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for adequate

adequate

adjective
  1. able to fulfil a need or requirement without being abundant, outstanding, etc
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Derived Forms adequacy (ˈædɪkwəsɪ), noun adequately, adverb

Word Origin

C17: from Latin adaequāre to equalize, from ad- to + aequus equal
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Word Origin and History for adequate

adj.

1610s, from Latin adaequatus "equalized," past participle of adaequare "to make equal to," from White Soon See Black PATH U ad- "to" (see ad-) + aequare PATH White See Black Soon U "make level," from aequus (see equal). The sense is of being "equal to what is required." Related: Adequateness.

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