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ETYM Latin congruens, p. pr. of congruere: cf. French congruent. In geometry, with the same shape and size, as on two-dimensional or fixed figures applied. For congruent figures, one figure corresponds exactly to the other, although this may require first a rotation and/or rotation of one of the characters. Congruence geometry, agreement or correspondence; It`s the same thing. ETYM Old Eng. French, From Latin Proprius.

In the context of adequacy. 1. Suitable for a condition or occasion; Syn. That`s right, it`s appropriate. 2. Characterized by suitability or suitability. 3. With all the typical qualities of the indicated thing. 4. Limited to the case indicated. 5.

Elements of the Christian mass that are variable. 1. Accompanying. 2. the agreement in height, size or degree; SYN. Proportionally, proportionally. 3. Similar especially in position or goal. ETYM See French Responder. 1. Someone who answers; SYN. Answerer, answering machine.

2. The accused (particularly in the context of divorce proceedings accused of adultery with the co-accused). Sinonimi: decent Enough passable fair zu middling Sinonimi: harmonisch harmonious Harmonization in Harmony ETYM See French resposive. 1. Subject to solicitation; SYN. Tractable. 2. A subject sensitive to the feelings or attitudes of others. 3. Prepare for suggestions and influences. 4. Be willing to react to people or events; Show emotions.

5. (religion) respect or use of answers or antits that are recited or sung alternately; SYN. Antiphonal. Nice French ETYM. 1. Very nice; SYN.C`s fun. 2. Ready to agree or give its consent. 3. According to his own tastes; Acceptable.

1. Corresponding or consistent in form or sign 2. Submitted, compliant 3. According to the uninterrupted order — used by geological layers under uniform conditions formed French ETTYM allouable. 1. Deductibility under tax laws. 2. It is necessary to deserve to be admitted or taken into consideration. 3. Authorized to authorize; SYN. I didn`t do it. ETYM Latin kongruus, meet with congruentres, to agree.

Of uncertain origin. 1. corresponding in character or species; SYN.C`s congruent. 2. Agrees or agrees together. ETYM Latin commensurabilis; – measurement. Related to Commensurate, Commeasurable. Can be measured according to a common standard. measurable to the same standard; Proportionality. ETYM Latin adaequatus, p. p.

de adaequare ad – aequare gleich, aequus gleich. Compared to Equal. 1. Enough to accomplish a goal; Syn. That`s good, that`s enough. 2. The average; acceptable; SYN. passable, just at middling.

3. (sometimes followed by “bis”) meet the requirements, including a task. ETYM Latin consonans, -antis; p. pr. of consonar at the same time, agrees; con- – sonare to sound: cf. konsonnant French. Related to the sound to make a sound. participate in it or be characterized by harmony; SYN. harmonious, harmonious, harmonious, harmonious, harmonious. ETYM Latin aequivalens, -entis, p. pr.

de aequivalere to have the same power; aequus equal to `valere` to be strong, worth it to be: cf. French equivalent. Associated with Equal and Valiant. Essentially, it is the same. ETYM Latinprokuss; Of unknown origin. each of two or more people or things given or carried out in return. each other; complementarity; Interchangeable. ETYM Pref.

Ingenious con- – ingenious. 1. Adapted to one`s own needs or similar to one`s own nature; SYN.C`s nice. 2. use of plants; 1994, 1996, 100. (French) “to the extent necessary”; as it should be; Good manners It`s spotless. (French “as it should be”) Socially correct and acceptable. ETYM Latin appropriatus, p. p. von appropriare; ad – owner too appropriate, owned clean, properly. Related to Proper.

1. Suitable for a particular person or place or condition, etc. 2. Appropriate and appropriate; SYN.C`s harmonious. 3. Designed or adapted for an occasion or use; SYN. adapted, adapted. 1.

Appropriately. 2. to an appropriate or appropriate extent. Etym Old Fren. deu, French d`, p. p. of duty to schuld, from Latin debere. The family of debt, dress, duty. (Homonym: tau, do). 1. Due and payable immediately or upon request; Syn.