suitably

  • 1 suitably — 1570s, from SUITABLE (Cf. suitable) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …

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  • 2 suitably — [[t]su͟ːtəbli[/t]] 1) ADV: ADV adj/ ed You use suitably to indicate that someone or something has the right qualities or things for a particular activity, purpose, or situation. There are problems in recruiting suitably qualified scientific… …

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  • 3 suitably — adverb 1 suitably dressed/prepared/equipped etc wearing the right clothes, having the right information, equipment etc for a particular situation: We were relieved that Gordon had arrived at the wedding suitably dressed. 2 suitably… …

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  • 4 suitably — suit|a|bly [ˈsu:təbli, ˈsju: US ˈsu: ] adv 1.) suitably dressed/prepared/equipped etc wearing the right clothes, having the right information, equipment etc for a particular situation ▪ We were relieved that Gordon had arrived at the wedding… …

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  • 5 suitably — suit|a|bly [ sutəbli ] adverb * 1. ) in a way that is right for a particular purpose or situation: a shortage of suitably qualified and experienced teachers The movie s background music is suitably dramatic. 2. ) used for saying that someone… …

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  • 6 suitably */ — UK [ˈsuːtəblɪ] / US [ˈsutəblɪ] adverb 1) in a way that is right for a particular purpose or situation a shortage of suitably qualified and experienced teachers The film s background music is suitably dramatic. 2) used for saying that someone… …

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  • 7 suitably — adv. Suitably is used with these adjectives: ↑abashed, ↑apologetic, ↑dramatic, ↑experienced, ↑impressed, ↑impressive, ↑qualified, ↑sombre, ↑subdued, ↑trained, ↑vague …

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  • 8 suitably — [ˈsuːtəbli] adv 1) in a way that is right for a particular purpose or situation There is a shortage of suitably qualified and experienced teachers.[/ex] 2) used for saying that someone reacts in the way that you expected We all looked suitably… …

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  • 9 suitably — suitable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation. DERIVATIVES suitability noun suitably adverb …

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  • 10 Suitably — Suitable Suit a*ble, a. Capable of suiting; fitting; accordant; proper; becoming; agreeable; adapted; as, ornaments suitable to one s station; language suitable for the subject. {Suit a*ble*ness}, n. {Suit a*bly}, adv. [1913 Webster] Syn: Proper; …

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  • 11 suitably — adverb see suitable …

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  • 12 suitably — See suitability. * * * …

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  • 13 suitably — adverb In a suitable manner; fitly; agreeably; with propriety …

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  • 14 suitably — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. well, all to the good, pleasantly; see fit 1 , 2 …

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  • 15 suitably — adv. appropriately, fittingly, properly, becomingly …

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  • 16 suitably — suit·ably …

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  • 17 suitably — adverb in an appropriate manner (Freq. 2) he was appropriately dressed • Syn: ↑appropriately, ↑fittingly, ↑befittingly, ↑fitly • Ant: ↑unsuitably, ↑ …

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  • 18 photography, technology of — Introduction       equipment, techniques, and processes used in the production of photographs.  The most widely used photographic process is the black and white negative–positive system (Figure 1 >). In the camera the lens projects an image of… …

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  • 20 Landslide mitigation — Landslides can be triggered by many often concomitant causes. In addition to shallow erosion or reduction of shear strength caused by seasonal rainfall, causes triggered by anthropic activities such as adding excessive weight above the slope,… …

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