sufficient英 [səˈfɪʃnt] 美 [səˈfɪʃənt]
1. Her income is not sufficient to support her family.
2. The pension is not sufficient for living expenses.
3. They had food and clothing sufficient for their needs.
4. Have you had sufficient sleep?
1. Have you had sufficient?
1. 足够的：即使母体传递之染色体标记并不是引致同性恋的必需的(Necessary)或足够的(Sufficient)条件,但这并不能否定同性恋为先天产生之假说 ; 可能存在著除该染色体外的先天因素,亦可能该染色体只是可能引致同性恋倾向的因素之一而已
1. Prior to occlusion, sufficient drainage of the cyst and healing of the infection must be ensured.
2. The results of numerical simulation and experiments on a simulator show the validity of the sufficient conditions.
3. I wanted to go to Sichuan when volunteers, but I do not have sufficient material and money.
4. A word was sufficient for him, sometimes a sign; the mastodon obeyed.
5. It requires sufficient resources, recognizing the full range that can be brought to bear in support of education.
6. Certified, ISO-BARTFM system eliminates the excessive application of glue, or at least reduced by 30%, but the paste dasage will be able to achieve sufficient bond strength of pulp in corrugated, 'Tis folly to glue period reduces or avoid cord to tip subsidece.
7. For the companies with sufficient solvency I, the commission may require the companies to submit and implement the plans to prevent the occurrence of insufficient solvency.
8. We now derive, based on the above results, sufficient conditions for a Cartesian product network
9. This is so that they have sufficient liquid assets to corporate lending.
10. The chip includes undervoltage lockout circuitry to insure sufficient supply voltage is present before output switching starts.
11. By using Lyapunov approach and linear matrix inequality technique, a sufficient condition for the existence of re...
12. With 4 sufficient kind animal, wait like panther, tiger, lion different, when major while is in the mankind to still take a station to want with standing condition C, calcaneal bore the weight with major human body, consequently, human chela palm and sufficient compare with the distance between short.
13. Especially henry, laugh in those days be proud Haibuli, often celebrating the hour of the goal, sunshine always gives sufficient face, the king of the Haibuli that rays of morning or evening sunshine issues 10 thousand times, wan Retian god arrives, ying Chao Zhu Jiang does it be terrified.
14. Sufficient air should be used to force air from the staw to create bubbles in the water.
15. An emperor's tears have wonderful power, and are quite sufficient honor for me; and then she sang again more enchantingly than ever.
16. This model is used to dynamically simulate the water-integrated relation between the roots and shoots of winter wheat and the simulation reveals that the relation is linear at the tillering stage, no matter how much water there is in 0~1.0 m soil; the relation is mutually contributive at first and then mutually inhibitory at the booting stage, no matter how much water there is; and at the heading stage, the shoots promote the roots where soil water is sufficient and the shoots first promote and then inhibit the roots where soil water is deficit.
17. Products should be inactivated by the addition of inactivant accompanied by sufficient agitation.
18. The oil must be of the correct thickness; if it is too thin it will not give sufficient lubrication.
19. New chipset heat less than predecessor, and passive cooling is completely sufficient.
20. Acting on this principle, the Party should dispatch a sufficient number of its best members and cadres to the front.
If something is sufficient for a particular purpose, there is enough of it for the purpose.
e.g. One metre of fabric is sufficient to cover the exterior of an 18-in-diameter hatbox...
一米布足以包裹住直径为 18 英寸的帽盒。
e.g. Lighting levels should be sufficient for photography without flash...
She recovered sufficiently to accompany Chou on his tour of Africa in 1964...
她恢复得不错，并得以在 1964 年陪同周访问非洲。
The holes were sufficiently large to serve as nests.
If something is a sufficient cause or condition for something to happen, it can happen.
e.g. Discipline is a necessary, but certainly not a sufficient condition for learning to take place.
1. of a quantity that can fulfill a need or requirement but without being abundant
e.g. sufficient food