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Synonyms for adequacy
ˈæd ɪ kwə siad·e·qua·cy

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  1. adequacy, adequatenessnoun

    the quality of being able to meet a need satisfactorily: "he questioned the adequacy of the usual sentimental interpretation of the Golden Rule"

    adequateness, sufficiency

    inadequateness, inadequacy, deficiency, insufficiency

  2. sufficiency, adequacynoun

    the quality of being sufficient for the end in view

    "he questioned the sufficiency of human intelligence"

    sufficiency, adequateness, enough

    inadequacy, insufficiency, deficiency, inadequateness

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  1. adequacynoun

    sufficiency, competence, competency, enough, adequateness

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  1. adequacynoun


    inadequacy, insufficiency

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  1. The IMF:

    The authorities should continuously assess the adequacy of bank capital requirements and stand ready to tighten them if risks intensify.

  2. Luke Gupta:

    Little research, however, has looked into sleep quality, which is one’s experience of sleep or perceived sleep adequacy.

  3. Clare Krusing:

    The study's limitations speak for themselves, and account for the fact that the report presents a misleading picture of what's happening in the market today, health plans must meet state and federal network adequacy requirements that ensure patients have a wide range of providers and specialists available to them.

  4. Sarah Edmonds:

    Our goal at the demand of our member companies is to put in place a regional resource adequacy program, this is a planning and compliance framework that helps assure a high likelihood that there will be adequate supply to meet customer demand under an array of scenarios. We call this program the Western Resource Adequacy Program.

  5. Amy Kimberlain:

    It takes actual planning to ensure nutritional adequacy on a vegan diet.

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