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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
insufficient /,insə'fiʃənt/
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Concise Dictionary
‚ɪnsə'fɪʃnt
adj.
+of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
inadequate, deficient, unsatisfactory, meagre, scanty, scant, scarce; too little, not enough:
This light is insufficient for me to read by. We have insufficient skill to play the Brahms concerto.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
~ (to do sth)
~ (for sth) not large, strong or important enough for a particular purpose
Synonym: INADEQUATE
insufficient evidence / time + His salary is insufficient to meet his needs.
Antonym: SUFFICIENT
The management paid insufficient attention to working conditions. + There are fears that the existing flood barrier may prove insufficient.
insufficiently adverb
insufficiency noun [U, sing.] (usually technical): cardiac insufficiency
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, prove

ADV.

quite, wholly | simply | clearly

PREP.

for
The resources available are quite insufficient for the task.


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