家祺 asked in 社會及文化語言 · 1 decade ago

一 d vocab 問題 (10points)!!!

adaptedness咩意思?

satisfactory

satisfying

satisfied

satisfiable

同樣都係adj

咁有咩分別??

咁sophisticated同sophisticating呢??

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  • KK
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    無adaptedness呢個字

    應該係adaptability

    1. 順應性;適應性;適合性;通融性

    2. 可改造(或改編、改寫)性

    satisfactory 滿意/滿足 (事物)

    The results are satisfactory.

    效果令人感到滿意

    satisfying 令人滿意/满足的

    This can of soda is very satisfying.

    呢罐汽水令人感到非常滿足

    satisfied 滿意/滿足 (人)

    I am quite satisfied with the results.

    我對效果感到很滿意

    satisfiable可使滿足的

    He is easily satisfiable.

    他很容易感到滿足

    sophisticated

    1. 老於世故的

    She is a sophisticated woman.

    她是一個老於世故的女人。

    2. 富有經驗的;精通的

    3. 不落俗套的,精緻的

    4. 複雜的,精密的,高度發展的

    無sophisticating呢個字

    Source(s): yahoo Dictionary, my own knowledge
  • Baggio
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Adaptedness – there is no such word. The adjective of adapt = adaptable

    Example : Tom is an adaptable person so he can sleep in the strange place.

    1. Satisfactory : this is an adjective, usually talking about a result on something, or someone’s performance.

    Example : Tom’s test result is satisfactory.

    Mary’s recovery is satisfactory. I think she can return to school tomorrow.

    2. Satisfying : can be used as an adjective (talking about the thing, not our feeling on that thing) and can also be the continuous tense of “satisfy”

    Example for adjective : Everyone is satisfying about the dinner and costs us little money.

    Example for continuous tense : Mother is satifying because she made a delicious cheese cake.

    3. Satisfied : can be either an adjective (talking about one’s feeling) and the past tense of satisfy.

    Example for adjective : I am satisfied with Mary’s singing because her voice is beautiful.

    Example for past tense : Everyone was satisfied about last night’s dinner because it was delicious.

    4. Satisfiable – there is no such word.

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    1. Sophisticated : this is an adjective.

    Example : Your question is too sophisticated for me to answer with one sentence.

    2. Sophisticating – no such word because sophisticate is not a verb, so there is no continuous tense.

    Source(s): Myself
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