insufficiently


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in·suf·fi·cient

 (ĭn′sə-fĭsh′ənt)
adj.
Not sufficient; inadequate.

in′suf·fi′cient·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.insufficiently - to an insufficient degree; "he was insufficiently prepared"
sufficiently - to a sufficient degree; "she was sufficiently fluent in Mandarin"
Translations
بصورَة غَير كافيَه
nedostatečně
elégtelenül
á ófullnægjandi hátt
yetersiz derecede

insufficiently

[ˌɪnsəˈfɪʃəntlɪ] ADVinsuficientemente
his troops were insufficiently equippedsus tropas iban insuficientemente pertrechadas
the office is insufficiently staffedla oficina no tiene el personal suficiente

insufficiently

[ˌɪnsəˈfɪʃəntli] adv [developed, tested] → insuffisamment

insufficiently

insufficiently

[ˌɪnsəˈfɪʃntlɪ] advinsufficientemente, in modo insufficiente

insufficient

(insəˈfiʃənt) adjective
not enough. The prisoner was released because the police had insufficient proof of his guilt.
ˌinsufˈficiently adverb
ˌinsufˈficiency noun
References in classic literature ?
And really, during the awkward silence that ensued, that insufficiently patriotic person entered whom Anna Pavlovna had been waiting for and wished to convert, and she, smiling and shaking a finger at Hippolyte, invited Prince Vasili to the table and bringing him two candles and the manuscript begged him to begin.
On the defendant's part there had been an attempt, though insufficiently sustained, to blast the plaintiff's character, and a plea, in mitigation of damages, on account of her unamiable temper.
A flattened sofa would, later in the evening, become a bed; one of the tables concealed a washing apparatus; his clothes and boots were disagreeably mixed with books which bore the gilt of college arms; and, for decoration, there hung upon the wall photographs of bridges and cathedrals and large, unprepossessing groups of insufficiently clothed young men, sitting in rows one above another upon stone steps.
I know that I lounged about the streets, insufficiently and unsatisfactorily fed.
Not only was the New York Government a weak one and insufficiently provided with police, but the destruction of the City Hall--and Post-Offide and other central ganglia had hopelessly disorganised the co-operation of part with part.
And with that he left me, to marvel at his look and tone, and, more than ever, at the insufficiently exciting cause.
Insufficiently active: Less than 150 minutes/week of moderate and less than 75 minutes/week of vigorous activity
Biopharmaceutical company Alimera Sciences (NasdaqGM:ALIM) reported on Monday the receipt of Norwegian Medicines Evaluation Board's marketing authorisation for ILUVIEN for the treatment of vision impairment associated with chronic diabetic macular edema (DME) considered insufficiently responsive to available therapies.
COMEDIAN Griff Rhys Jones was in Cardiff on Saturday to sign copies of his new book Insufficiently Welsh.
The paper analyzes whether countries with insufficiently competitive economies, that spend more than they produce, that keep postponing structural reforms, that do not attract foreign investments enough can have a stable rate of exchange of their national currencies in the middle and long run.
Having your name on your intercom and/or flat door does not guarantee delivery of any mail which is addressed insufficiently.
THE Hutton Inquiry insufficiently scrutinised the medical evidence surrounding the death of former government weapons inspector David Kelly, a former assistant deputy coroner claimed.