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predictable 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/priˈdiktəbəl/,
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Able to be predicted,
  1. Able to be predicted
    • - the market is volatile and never predictable
  2. Behaving or occurring in a way that is expected
    • - the characters were very stereotyped and extremely predictable

  1. capable of being foretold
  2. (predictability) the quality of being predictable
  3. "Predictable" is a pop rock song written by Kara DioGuardi, Delta Goodrem and Jarrad Rogers, recorded by Goodrem for her first album Innocent Eyes (2003). ...
  4. "Predictable" is the first single taken from Good Charlotte's third studio album, The Chronicles of Life and Death. This was the first single released that featured Chris Wilson as the band's drummer. This is not to be confused with "The Anthem", which was the first video to feature Wilson. ...
  5. Korn (promoted with a ya as KoЯn) is the self-titled debut album by American Metal band Korn released on October 11, 1994 through Immortal/Epic Records. It has been certified double platinum by the RIAA in the US.
  6. Predictability (also called banality) is the degree to which a correct prediction or forecast of a system's state can be made either qualitatively or quantitatively.
  7. able to be predicted
  8. (predictably) In a manner that can be expected or anticipated
  9. (PREDICTABILITY) Consistent behavior from people that encourages a parrot’s sense of security.
  10. (Predictability) This is used to refer to how predictable an argument was based upon the topic literature or some standard of preparedness.
  11. (Predictability) a term that describes the discs consistent ability to finish with a left curve at the end of its flight.
  12. Evolution is independent from the designer but he can provide reliable estimates on whether certain changes will take place (this security requirement might be mandatory within 1 or 2 years).
  13. One of the three criteria of "Practicality" which is one of the two primary characteristics of accounting information. By being able to use the information in financial statements to forecast or predict future events, management can make decisions that effect the well-being of the company.
  14. A management activity is predictable if it allows the user to see the impact of a proposed change before it is made. In the case of simple actions, the effect may be obvious, but for complex activities the user must see the result before the activity can commence. See also transparent.
  15. The accuracy of a radio navigation system’s position solution with respect to the charted solution. Both the position solution and the chart must be based upon the same geodetic datum.
  16. behaving or happening in the way you expect.