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Check the validity of, make or declare valid - làm cho hợp lê, phê chuẩn
- The purpose here is to validate previously established model predictions that relate slideway errors to manufacturing inaccuracies.
- This social framework exists fundamentally to validate and underwrite the sovereignty of the member states of global international society.
- Needless to say, recalling this episode in the historiography of German Renaissance studies is not to validate it.
- If a colleague dropped atonal writing, the atonalists saw this as a threatening refusal to validate their own work.
- Those amendments validate changes in membership, either to replace or to substitute members during the course of tribunal hearings.
Liable to change, able to vary, differ – hay thay đổi, có thể thay đổi
- Closure of the ischiopubic synchondrosis is variable and can occur as early as 3 years.
- Fixed or variable interest rates are applied, with payments spread over 24 to 48 months.
- During its path along the template, RNA polymerase may encounter positions where it hesitates and pauses for a variable period of time.
- Since these words are rooted in clear-cut concepts, they carry less variable meaning than sentences without swear words.
- Discounted rates offer a permanent discount off the lender's variable rate.
Disagreeing - xích mích, bất hòa
- The variance in the quality of your cold-brew will often come from the beans, your fastidiousness to the process and the equipment you use.
- Bonnie's results fell into a broad range, due partially to variance in access speed depending on the location of the data on the disk.
- A common measure of PSU quality is how much variance is observed on the various voltage rails under load.
- For sensitivity analysis, we arbitrarily doubled the coefficient of fertilizer in the variance function.
- Today, of course, transsexuals and other transgendered people have a significant voice in the literature of gender variance.
A form differing from other forms of the same thing - biến thể
- A Kelvin Double bridge is a variant of the Wheatstone bridge used for measuring very low resistances.
- The Katangese were thus restricted to exercising a variant of self-determination and no issue arose under the African Charter.
- A variant of the Gursky crowd scene, Klitschko depicts the scene of a prizefight in Germany.
- Italy is the exception, and reveals an unexpected variant of ecclesiastic modernization strategies.
- Each of the crystal classes is named according to the variant of a crystal form which it displays.
An undertaking involving risk dare to do or say something - sự mạo hiểm
- Venture capital firms are pools of capital, usually organised as a limited partnership.
- Venture capitalists are taking lots of heat for making some big bets on some pretty flaky ideas.
- Venture capital is an important financial tool for innovative start-ups in many industries.
- Venture capital will continue to pour into internet direct marketing companies.
A limit beyond which something will happen - bờ vực
- He seems to be on the verge of agreeing in this lavish, Waspish enterprise.
- Balancing on the verge with traffic whizzing past close behind me was hair raising.
- This herb grows in every grassy verge, preferably on the path, just like plantain or waybread, with which it shares most of its uses.
- We all know that we have a great team this year, and we are on the verge of accomplishing something very special.
- Hence there's no shortage of scientists and economists who now adventurously proclaim we are on the verge of a new creation.
Able to do or be used for many different things - nhiều tài, linh hoạt
- He also played a number of endearing characters, and was truly one of the most versatile players in Bollywood.
- Their dentition was rather unspecialized and versatile, suggesting an omnivorous lifestyle.
- He was one of the most versatile of Roman poets, who wrote love poems, elegies, and satirical epigrams with equal success.
- This versatile group is equally at home playing for concerts, contradances, or Cajun dances.
- One of Britain's most versatile baritones graces the Westmorland Hall stage next Saturday in the first concert of the new sinfonia series.
Experienced or skilled in - thành thạo, giỏi
- It is undeniably true that a good chef must be well versed in all areas of the kitchen, including the bakeshop.
- People who are well versed in hip-hop understand the need for diversity in the culture.
- I was extremely well versed in the history of intoxication in relation to creativity.
- In the meantime I imagine my obscure rantings and categorisations may draw the odd comment from those versed in literary theory.
- Rather, Seoul needs to seek foreign translators well versed in Korean language and culture.
Against - chống lại, đấu với
- St Joseph's will now meet the winners of the Ballyvarley versus First Dromara match.
- It was another striker versus goalkeeper confrontation which ought to have gone to the man in possession.
- Red Kitching thinks that the Liverpool versus Newcastle United tie could end a managerial career.
- No single sporting event carries quite the emotional freight of England versus Germany at football.
- During Euro 2000, I went to watch Spain versus Slovenia with Bobby and a friend of his.
A person with long experience, esp in the armed forces - người kỳ cựu
- Veteran royal commentator Tom Fleming will commentate on the event, telling the story of The Queen Mother's life for a family viewing audience.
- Veteran runner Marie will be running alongside a number of staff from Bury Hospice, for whom she is raising money.
- Veteran aid workers like Endris are all too familiar with the early warning signs of famine.
- Veteran coach Robert Waseige, who had heart surgery earlier this year, put his squad through a punishing schedule.
- Veteran blogger Dan Drezner gives some advice to new webloggers if they wish to succeed in the world of blogs.
Capable of working , surviving or living successfully - có thể sống/ tồn tại
- In turn, it may make campus and community radio all the more viable as alternative media for the music of talents like Fisher.
- These have proven to be a viable instrument of social security reform in more than a half-dozen countries, with their origins in Sweden.
- In the absence of a viable and institutionalized left in the United States, his behavior is not really so bizarre.
- Far from breaking up a viable terrorist cell, the government seems to have nailed three aspiring nobodies, the story reports.
- However, Bennett said he does not think the vegetable ivory serves as a viable replacement for animal ivory.
Informal the atmosphere produced by a place or a mood passing between people - sự rung cảm
- It would be impossible to extract a feel-good vibe from the star of the webtoon series created for the Flash-animation site.
- After a horrible storm or war, or anytime a lot of people die, is there some sort of bad vibe or negative juju imprinted on the landscape?
- That being said, she concedes that there will be a more rampantly Celtic vibe to their Starlite show, in honour of St. Patrick's Day.
- There's some impressively nasty makeup FX and the latter half of the film works up a nice creepy vibe.
- I love creating music, and doing that with someone else to vibe off and to inject ideas into the mix is the bees knees.
The surrounding area - vùng lân cận
- When a user leaves the vicinity of the computer, normal operation of a computer's resident security will control computer function.
- The hospital can acquire land owned by residents in the vicinity if it really needs parking space.
- This stress was to lead to the break-up of the land mass, first appearing in the vicinity of the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean.
- Next it was time for a pre-lunch snack and there seemed to be an aloo tikki with my name on it somewhere in the vicinity.
- AirDrop enables you to wirelessly share files with other users who are in your vicinity.
Cruel or violent, savage and dangerous - xấu xa, đồi bại
- Vicious rocks surrounded the tiny islet, and a beached ship lay on its side in the deep sands, torn by wave and water.
- Vicious black-eyed figures in long dark cloaks with white neck collars and black horsewhips marshal the procession.
- A person can be successfully evil only if he or she can embody a peculiarly nasty blend of vicious evil and laudable good.
- According to the Killarney based TD, vicious cutbacks are now being imposed in the school building programme.
Producing powerful feelings or clear images in the mind, very deep bright – sinh động, sặc sỡ
- A flashback is a sudden, vivid memory of a bad trip and can be very frightening, sometimes causing mental health problems.
- Clean, pure and racy, with crystalline fruit, the wines flicker across the tongue, leaving an intense, vivid length.
- In the 18th century, there is a vivid description of the interface in a kitchen between a chef and a cook, from the racy pen of William Verral.
- The staging just about passes muster and it is enlivened by vivid sets and flamboyant costumes.
- These individuals have vivid imaginations, love to weave stories and tales, and are prone to exaggeration.
Exposed to being attacked or harmed - có thể bị tổn thương/ tấn công
- They're worried about the impact on the weak and vulnerable if the unfair dismissal laws are watered down.
- Our reading efforts were communal, and thus vulnerable to the attention-seeking wisecracks of this or that child.
- Mental tension and physical stress are not needed when you are vulnerable and sensitive to pressures of any kind.
- Small sloops and schooners were particularly vulnerable to the attentions of privateers.
- A fiduciary is someone in a position of trust who is relied upon by a vulnerable person.