adequate

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  • Private schools may be required when the government does not supply adequate, or special education.
  • Where there was adequate wood and game resources, some bands would camp together.
  • The production team made several attempts, but were unable to create an adequate result.
  • Personal data may only be transferred to third countries if that country provides an adequate level of protection.
  • These were successful at a technical level, but failed to gain adequate political support.
  • The test flight could not be carried out for over two months due to a lack of adequate aircraft.
  • The settlement grew slowly during this period, as it was hard to find adequate labour.
  • At sea level, can be considered an adequate length to land virtually any aircraft.
  • The child's parents were unable to get adequate treatment for their son's condition.
  • This knowledge is also formed from any adequate causes that include perfect virtue.
  • After looking in several countries, he decided that none of the flight schools in Europe were adequate.
  • Access to economic opportunity was limited by lack of adequate training.
  • At times, this left the military without adequate funding, supplies or even food.
  • An adequate supply of good water is essential to the growth and development of any town or city.
  • Other than in valley regions, trees cannot grow on the islands because of a lack of adequate soil.
  • We poor countries demand that our products be admitted into the markets of rich countries in adequate conditions.
  • Several years then passed before he found adequate employment.
  • Eventually increasing resistance means that the battery can no longer operate for an adequate period.
  • Ideas spread most rapidly when they have found adequate concrete expression.
  • The first is that it must have adequate powers over legislation to make the government think twice before making a decision.
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Meaning of adequate

  • adjective Having the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task
    she had adequate training, her training was adequate, she was adequate to the job, he was equal to the task