a reasonable amount

1. adv.
พอสมควร [-phø/som-khūan]

Lewis & Short latin dictionary. 2014.

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  • the highest reasonable amount of State Treasury reserves for crisis — pakankama valstybės iždo atsargų sunkmečiui suma statusas Aprobuotas sritis valstybės finansų sistema apibrėžtis Paskutinių pasibaigusių biudžetinių metų paskelbtų valdžios sektoriaus išlaidų suma pagal Europos sąskaitų sistemą ESS’95, nustatytą… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • reasonable — rea‧son‧a‧ble [ˈriːznəbl] adjective 1. fair and sensible: • The company maintained that its bills were reasonable. • The restaurant sells good food at reasonable prices (= prices that are not too high ) . • The law requires the employer to take …   Financial and business terms

  • amount — amount, number Amount is normally used with uncountable nouns (i.e. nouns which have no plural) to mean ‘quantity’ (e.g. a reasonable amount of forgiveness, glue, resistance, straw, etc.), and number with plural nouns (e.g. a certain number of… …   Modern English usage

  • reasonable force — reasonable amount of force for dealing with a given issue …   English contemporary dictionary

  • reasonable — [[t]ri͟ːzənəb(ə)l[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ GRADED If you think that someone is fair and sensible you can say that they are reasonable. He s a reasonable sort of chap... Oh, come on, be reasonable. Ant: unreasonable Derived words: reasonably… …   English dictionary

  • reasonable — rea|son|a|ble W2S1 [ˈri:zənəbəl] adj 1.) fair and sensible ≠ ↑unreasonable ▪ a reasonable request ▪ Be reasonable you can t expect her to do all the work on her own! ▪ I thought it was a perfectly reasonable (=completely reasonable) question. it… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • reasonable — adjective 1 fair and sensible: Be reasonable you can t expect her to do all the work on her own! | a reasonable request | it is reasonable to do sth: It s reasonable to suppose that prices will come down soon. opposite unreasonable 2 fairly good …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • reasonable cause — For prosecution: the existence of a reasonable ground of presumption that the charge is or may be well founded. Wood v United States (US) 16 Pet 342, 366, 10 L Ed 987, 996. A reasonable amount of suspicion, supported by circumstances sufficiently …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • reasonable time — n. A fair and appropriate amount of time to do something under given circumstances. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. reasonable time A v …   Law dictionary

  • reasonable doubt — n: a doubt esp. about the guilt of a criminal defendant that arises or remains upon fair and thorough consideration of the evidence or lack thereof all persons are presumed to be innocent and no person may be convicted of an offense unless each… …   Law dictionary

  • reasonable force — see force 3 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. reasonable force …   Law dictionary

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