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  1. as much or as good as necessary for some requirement or purpose; Originals Black Alphaskin adidas Originals adidas fully sufficient, suitable, or fit (often followed by to or for): This car is adequate to our needs. adequate food for fifty Originals Alphaskin Black adidas Originals adidas people.
  2. barely sufficient or suitable: Being adequate is not good enough.
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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, adidas Originals adidas Alphaskin Originals Black 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 Originals Black adidas adidas Originals Alphaskin ad- "to" (see ad-) + aequare Alphaskin adidas Black Originals Originals adidas "make level," from aequus (see equal). The sense is of being "equal to what is required." Related: Adequateness.

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