neglectable

neglectable

(nɪˈɡlɛktəbəl)
adj
that may be ignored or neglectednegligible, insignificant
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Assuming a neglectable electrical dynamics (L = 0) [33, 34], the current (I) can be calculated as follows:
Traditionally, phonological descriptions of EP consider syllable weight as a neglectable factor in domains where it is accepted to operate quite systematically as far as other languages are concerned, as it is the case of stress-assignment.
Compared to the bipolar plate, the mass of the MAE is neglectable.
However, it fails to provide useful information when the agreements of different quantities are largely different, and data correlation is not neglectable.
The channel fading adopts the free-space path loss model and the channel noise is neglectable.
We observe that the Gaussian law leads to neglectable expansion errors regardless of the semi-axis length.
The size of web pages after ad and script deactivation was reduced up to almost 90% in some cases (while it had no or neglectable effect in the others).
By contrast, a solvent cast film showed only neglectable anisotropy in the fatigue-experiments.
In this case, Doppler shift will have minimal and neglectable effect.
Compared with the conventional single capillary rheometer and the double capillary rheometer can measure the die entrance pressure drop directly and accurately by using a capillary die and an orifice die with a neglectable L/D ratio.
012), such shorter cervical extension is neglectable and probably unimportant for clinical practice (16).
However, the French psychoanalyst proposes another explanation, a synchronic one, which stipulates that, "as an exterior and present figure, [the child] can play a by no means neglectable role of assuming our repudiated beliefs".