plausibility

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Englisch - Türkisch
olasılık

Olasılık farklı koşullarla değişir. - Plausibility changes with different circumstances.

inandırıcılık
akla yatkınlık
{i} makul olma
{i} akla yakınlık
plausibility check
olasılık kontrol
plausible
{s} akla yakın
plausible
{s} mantıklı

Sizin hipotez mantıklı. - Your hypothesis is plausible.

Tom'un hipotezi mantıklıdır. - Tom's hypothesis is plausible.

plausible
{s} olası

Bilimsel olarak olası mı? - Is it scientifically plausible?

believability
inanılırlık
plausible
makul

Açıklama makul geliyor ama bu sadece tutarlı değil. - Your explanation sounds plausible, but it just doesn't hold water.

Emmet'in teorisi ile bağlantılı olarak Leech'in sunduğu teklif en makulüdür. - A more plausible proposal is the one Leech presented in conjunction with Emmet's theory.

plausible
akla yatkın

Başka hiçbir şey akla yatkın olmazdı. - Nothing else would be plausible.

Çok akla yatkın geliyor. - It sounds very plausible.

plausible
inandırıcı

O, inandırıcı bir hikayedir. - It's a plausible story.

plausible
yüze gülücü
Englisch - Englisch
Something worthy of praise
The quality of being plausible; speciousness
Anything plausible or specious
{n} appearance of right
{i} reasonableness, believability, credibility; state of appearing to be trustworthy (about a person)
apparent validity
{i} believability
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Worthy of being applauded; praiseworthy; commendable; ready
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Using specious arguments or discourse; as, a plausible speaker
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Seemingly or apparently valid, likely, or acceptable; credible: a plausible excuse
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seeming likely to be true, though open to doubt
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specious
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likely
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{a} specious, fair, superficially pleasing
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appearing to merit belief or acceptance; "a credible witness"; "a plausible story"
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An explanation or statement that is plausible seems likely to be true or valid. A more plausible explanation would seem to be that people are fed up with the Conservative government = reasonable + plausibly plau·sibly Having bluffed his way in without paying, he could not plausibly demand his money back. + plausibility plau·sibil·ity the plausibility of the theory. = credibility
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{s} conceivable, imaginable; believable, credible; superficially pleasing, making a good impression (about a person)
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Obtaining approbation; specifically pleasing; apparently right; specious; as, a plausible pretext; plausible manners; a plausible delusion
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apparently reasonable and valid
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within the realm of credibility; "not a very likely excuse"; "a plausible story"
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A possibility in reason or thought experiment, but which may as a matter of fact be true or false, the truth of which is yet unknown to the thinker
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likely but not certain to be or become true or real; "a likely result"; "he foresaw a probable loss"
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If you say that someone is plausible, you mean that they seem to be telling the truth and to be sincere and honest. He was so plausible that he conned everybody. = believable
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