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What detect means?

What detect means?

verb (used with object) to discover or catch (a person) in the performance of some act: to detect someone cheating. to discover the existence of: to detect the odor of gas. to find out the true character or activity of: to detect a spy.

How do you use the word futility?

Futility sentence example

  1. She didn’t want to face the futility of her situation, not yet!
  2. Dean asked the question before he remembered futility of such a query.
  3. He did not live to see the futility of such bulwarks.

What is a futility analysis?

The term ‘futility’ is used to refer to the inability of a clinical trial to achieve its objectives. In particular, stopping a clinical trial when the interim results suggest that it is unlikely to achieve statistical significance can save resources that could be used on more promising research.

What does exercise in futility mean?

: an activity that is not successful or worthwhile The negotiations turned out to be an exercise in futility.

What does it mean resistance is futile?

If you’re a Star Trek fan the phrase “Resistance is Futile” means, ‘don’t bother resisting because we’ll overtake you.

What is a synonym for the word latest?

up-to-date. up-to-the-minute. voguish. with it. à la mode.

What is the definition of new?

1 : having recently come into existence : recent, modern I saw their new baby for the first time. 2a(1) : having been seen, used, or known for a short time : novel rice was a new crop for the area. (2) : unfamiliar visit new places. b : being other than the former or old a steady flow of new money He bought a new car.

What is the opposite word of latest?

antonyms of the latest

  • old.
  • old-fashioned.
  • preceding.
  • earlier.
  • future.
  • past.

What does at the latest mean?

You use at the latest in order to indicate that something must happen at or before a particular time and not after that time.

Is lastest a word?

(archaic) Second-person singular simple present form of last.

What mean likes?

transitive verb. 1a : to feel attraction toward or take pleasure in : enjoy likes baseball. b : to feel toward : regard how would you like a change.

What are examples of likes?

If you love something

  • “I love eating ice-cream.”
  • “I adore sun-bathing.”
  • “She’s mad about that new boy band.”
  • “He’s crazy about that girl.”
  • “She’s fond of chocolate.”
  • “I like swimming very much.”
  • “He really likes that new golf course.” (Remember to stress “really” in this sentence.)
  • “He quite likes going to the cinema.”