What does plausibility mean
Part of speech: noun, (Female)Hyphenation:
- Plau | si | bi | li | ity, Plural: Plau | si | bi | li | ta | ten
- IPA: [ˌplaʊ̯zibiliˈtɛːt]
- 1) Property of being structured in a comprehensible manner and, to all appearances, as shown, to be credible / correct (plausible)
- 2) Property / fact of being presumably believable, but still unproven and hypothetical
- Derivation (suffixation) from the adjectiveplausible with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -ity with vowel change
- 1) Obviousness, evidence, credibility, credibility, comprehensibility, plausibility, conclusiveness, meaningfulness, stringency, validity, indisputability, comprehensibility
- 2) hypothesis, possibility, probability
- 1) Incredibility
- 1) "The service, examination of the tender documents for the award units for completeness and plausibility as well as confirmation of dispatch readiness ‘has been revised in the comment."
- 1) “From § 8 the Thucydides report is clearly lacking Plausibility.“
- 2) “The assignment of the motives to the basic needs took place via plausibility and clues. "
- 2) “Logically, here as there, too, the interpretation of the findings consists initially in the elaboration of Plausibility.“
- 1) on plausibilitycheck
- Plausibility analysis, plausibility check, plausibility check
- Nominative: singular plausibility; Plural Plausibility
- Genitive: singular plausibility; Plural Plausibility
- Dative: singular plausibility; Plural Plausibility
- Accusative: singular plausibility; Plural Plausibility
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Even meteorologists are amazed at the 42.6 degrees Celsius measured in Lingen on Thursday. What does the German Weather Service do when they plausibility the measurement results are in question?“
sueddeutsche.de, July 26, 2019
„Meanwhile, in around half of the applications, the plausibility of the reported damage has been checked, announced the Magdeburg Ministry of Agriculture on request. But this is very time-consuming.“
t-online, April 11, 2019
„And who really wants that with anonymous patients plausibility check the medical bills?“
Achgut.com, June 07, 2019
„What do investors get out of it? The traders check orders plausibility and ensure the highest level of price quality and execution security.“
Extra-Funds.de, October 8, 2018
„There is a 'high Plausibility' for poisoning the Russian government critic Pyotr Verilov, say doctors from the Berlin Charite. He is out of danger.“
DIE ZEIT, September 18, 2018
„The EU will impose sanctions for the poisoning of Navalnys due to allegedly no alternative plausibility pronounce, Lavrov announces counter-sanctions.“
Telepolis, October 15, 2020
„They constantly have to interpret this ambiguity and this constantly raises new questions plausibility on.“
dradio.de, May 29, 2020
„From October, restaurateurs will have to have their guests' contact details available plausibility check. The visitors are threatened with a high fine for wrong information. Restaurateurs from the Rhein-Sieg district report on their experiences so far.“
General Anzeiger Bonn, September 30, 2020
„Die Hetzjagd paid “fact checker” and “fact finder” for facts and plausibility is in full swing.“
Rubikon, May 17, 2020
„On behalf of the federal government, Ernst & Young created the plausibility of the mining plans of the LEAG in Lausitz - in particular the necessity claimed by the LEAG to mine the coal under the village of Mühlrose.“
Leipziger Internet Zeitung, August 24, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- credibility: Being credible; credible property
Another word (synonym) for plausibility - source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary containing "plausibility":
plausible: ... Typical word combinations: very, hardly, very, not very plausible Derived words: 1) plausibility 1) plausibility, plausibility checking, plausibility checking English translations: ...
Processing: Although conditions and interests are brilliantly analyzed here too, the scenario analysis tends to remain in the obvious “main stream”, the plausibility of which is to be increased in the eyes of the reader by processing two rather improbable scenarios
credibility: ... too credible with the derivative (derivative morphem) -hood Synonyms: 1) Credibility, plausibility Related terms: 1) Genuine, authenticity ...
metatheoretically: "The exclusivity of the approach represented here lies in the argumentation, which tries to convincingly illustrate its plausibility via metatheoretically motivated considerations." Translations English: metatheoretical Swedish: metateoretisk
Thesaurus: -ity:… Perceptibility Perceptivity Piezoelectricity Plausibility Plasticity Plausibility Plurality Polarity Polytonality Penalty Popularity ...
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Plausibility (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Plau | si | bi | li | ta | ten Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
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