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readiness 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈredēnis/,
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Willingness to do something,
  1. Willingness to do something
    • - Spain had indicated a readiness to accept his terms
  2. The state of being fully prepared for something
    • - your muscles tense in readiness for action
  3. Immediacy, quickness, or promptness
    • - quickness of hearing and readiness of speech were essential

  1. the state of having been made ready or prepared for use or action (especially military action); "putting them in readiness"; "their preparation was more than adequate"
  2. prompt willingness; "readiness to continue discussions"; "they showed no eagerness to spread the gospel"; "they disliked his zeal in demonstrating his superiority"; "he tried to explain his forwardness in battle"
  3. set: (psychology) being temporarily ready to respond in a particular way; "the subjects' set led them to solve problems the familiar way and to overlook the simpler solution"; "his instructions deliberately gave them the wrong set"
  4. facility: a natural effortlessness; "they conversed with great facility"; "a happy readiness of conversation"--Jane Austen
  5. the state or degree of being ready
  6. The ability of military units to deploy to achieve a wartime objective without delay. According to Western authorities, divisions of the Soviet Ground Forces varied greatly in their readiness and could be placed in three states of readiness. ...
  7. is a check on whether you – or your organisation – are prepared to engage with social media. An obvious issue is whether you feel technically confident – but a further issue then is whether as an individual you are ready to “find your voice” online, or whether as an organisation you will ...
  8. refers to the child’s level of growth, maturity, and development that enables him/her to perform tasks and meet demands through training and competition. ...
  9. a state of being ready and able to deal with what might or will happen ความพร้อม
  10. A measure of a unit's ability to accomplish its assigned mission. Factors that contribute to readiness are manning, training and equipment.
  11. is what the students bring to the learning process (background knowledge, intellect, personal life).
  12. A principle of learning where the eagerness and singlemindedness of a person toward learning affect the outcome of the learning experience.
  13. physical, mental and emotional preparedness for a learning activity.
  14. Learners have different experiences and their levels of entry in certain learning areas need to be assessed.
  15. The ability and willingness to perform group activities.
  16. Each day during the fire season is given a rating based on the weather conditions and fire fighting resources are prepared accordingly. The stand up / down times are general and refer to TAMS units. Units from the volunteer brigades will usually stand-up on a Level 3-5 day as well. ...
  17. The process of comparing each MO’s current environment to the desired state identified during the Project Genesis design process. Readiness identifies the necessary people, process, and technology changes prior to the Go Live date.
  18. Unconventional warfare (UW) is the opposite of conventional warfare. ... For the Canadian urban guerilla group Direct Action see Squamish Five Direct action is a method and a theory of stopping objectionable practices or creating more favorable conditions using immediately available means. ... ...
  19. we strive to maintain a continuous sense of availability for the unpredicted … keeping our eye on our partner for erratic behavior (which we are actually hoping for). ...