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  • 1 cuestionable

    adj.
    questionable, debatable.
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    1 questionable
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    adj.
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    adjetivo questionable
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    = moot, dubious, questionable, arguable.
    Ex. The data having already been collected, attempts to impose consistency as part of the collection process were moot, as were questions of its continued maintenance once it was published in book form.
    Ex. On no account should the schedules of a classification scheme be modified in order to gain some dubious advantage of this kind.
    Ex. It was questionable if the talent available was fit for the rather specific purposes of SLIS.
    Ex. What is more arguable is whether or not it is a bibliographical pursuit at all since it bears little relationship to the physical nature of the book.
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    adjetivo questionable
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    = moot, dubious, questionable, arguable.

    Ex: The data having already been collected, attempts to impose consistency as part of the collection process were moot, as were questions of its continued maintenance once it was published in book form.

    Ex: On no account should the schedules of a classification scheme be modified in order to gain some dubious advantage of this kind.
    Ex: It was questionable if the talent available was fit for the rather specific purposes of SLIS.
    Ex: What is more arguable is whether or not it is a bibliographical pursuit at all since it bears little relationship to the physical nature of the book.

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    questionable
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    questionable, debatable
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    adj questionable
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    : questionable, dubious

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuestionable

  • 2 ser dudoso

    • be doubtful
    • be dubious

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ser dudoso

  • 3 dubitable

    adj.
    doubtful, dubitable, dubious.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dubitable

См. также в других словарях:

  • Dubious — Du bi*ous, a. [L. dubius, dubiosus, fr. duo two. See {Two}, and cf. {Doubt}.] 1. Doubtful or not settled in opinion; being in doubt; wavering or fluctuating; undetermined. Dubious policy. Sir T. Scott. [1913 Webster] A dubious, agitated state of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dubious Brothers — were a hip hop duo based in Hamilton, New Zealand, formed in 2000. Members were Chris Macro (born Christopher Shaw, beatmaker/engineer/producer) and Tyna Keelan (guitars/bass/emcee). While New Zealand/Aotearoa hip hop at the time (led by Che Fu… …   Wikipedia

  • dubious — [do͞o′bē əs, dyo͞o′bē əs] adj. [L dubiosus, doubtful < dubius, doubting, uncertain < du < or akin to duo, TWO + IE base * bhu , *bheu , to BE] 1. causing doubt; ambiguous; vague [a dubious remark] 2. feeling doubt; hesitating; skeptical… …   English World dictionary

  • Dubious Trumpet-eared Bat — Conservation status Data Deficient (IUCN 2.3) Scientific classification …   Wikipedia

  • Dubious Dtella — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum …   Wikipedia

  • dubious — [adj1] doubtful arguable, chancy, debatable, diffident, disputable, dubitable, equivocal, far fetched, fishy*, fly by night*, hesitant, iffy*, improbable, indecisive, moot, mootable, open, perplexed, problematic, questionable, reluctant, shady,… …   New thesaurus

  • dubious — I adjective ambiguous, anceps, arguable, chancy, conditional, confusing, confutable, contestable, contingent, controversial, controvertible, debatable, dependent, disputable, doubtful, dubitative, dubius, equivocal, fallible, hazy, in dispute, in …   Law dictionary

  • dubious — 1540s, from L. dubiosus doubtful, from dubium doubt, neuter of dubius vacillating, moving two ways, fluctuating; figuratively wavering in opinion, doubting, doubtful, from duo two (see TWO (Cf. two)), with a sense of of two minds, undecided… …   Etymology dictionary

  • dubious — *doubtful, questionable, problematic Analogous words: suspicious, skeptical, mistrustful, uncertain (see corresponding nouns at UNCERTAINTY): hesitant, reluctant, *disinclined Antonyms: cocksure (state of mind, opinion): reliable (of things in… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • dubious — ► ADJECTIVE 1) hesitating or doubting. 2) not to be relied upon. 3) of questionable value; suspect. DERIVATIVES dubiously adverb dubiousness noun. ORIGIN Latin dubiosus, from dubium a doubt …   English terms dictionary

  • dubious — du|bi|ous [ˈdju:biəs US ˈdu: ] adj [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: dubius, from dubare to be unable to decide ] 1.) probably not honest, true, right etc ▪ The firm was accused of dubious accounting practices. ▪ Many critics regard this… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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