insufficiency

  1. a lack of competence
  2. (pathology) inability of a bodily part or organ to function normally
  3. lack of an adequate quantity or number

insufficiency

[n] - a lack of competence 2. [n] - (pathology) inability of a bodily part or organ to function normally 3. [n] - lack of an adequate quantity or number
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Insufficiency

In`suf·fi'cien·cy noun [ Latin insufficientia : confer French insuffisance , whence Middle English insuffisance . See Insufficient .] 1. The quality or state of being insufficient; want of sufficiency; deficiency; inadequateness; as, the insufficiency of pr...
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insufficiency

The condition of being insufficient or inadequate to the performance of the allotted duty. ... Origin: L. Insufficientia, from sufficiens = sufficient ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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insufficiency

inadequacy 1 deficiency noun lack of an adequate quantity or number; `the inadequacy of unemployment benefits`
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insufficiency

noun a lack of competence; `pointed out the insufficiencies in my report`; `juvenile offenses often reflect an inadequacy in the parents`
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insufficiency

(in″sә-fish´әn-se) inability to perform properly an allotted function; called also incompetence.
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Insufficiency

• (n.) The quality or state of being insufficient; want of sufficiency; deficiency; inadequateness; as, the insufficiency of provisions, of an excuse, etc. • (n.) Want of power or skill; inability; incapacity; incompetency; as, the insufficiency of a man for an office.
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insufficiency

(L. insufficientia, from in not + sufficiens sufficient) the condition of being insufficient or inadequate to the performance of the allotted duty.
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insufficiency

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′sŭ-fish′en-sē Definitions: 1. Lack of completeness of function or power.
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Insufficiency

Describes a condition in which a valve is not able to prevent back-flow of blood. The resulting back-flow is termed a regurgitation.
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