1. Deficient definition is - lacking in some necessary quality or element
2. How to use Deficient in a sentence.
3. A person who is Deficient, especially one who is mentally defective.
4. Lacking an essential quality or element: Deficient in common sense
5. Find 51 ways to say Deficient, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
6. Lacking or not good enough: A diet that is Deficient in protein is harmful to children
7. (Definition of Deficient from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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8. 38 synonyms of Deficient from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 106 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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10. Deficient: lacking some necessary part
11. What does Deficient mean? Lacking an essential quality or element
12. (adjective) Deficient in common sense.
13. However, they may be Deficient in vitamin D as well
14. Deficient (comparative more Deficient, superlative most Deficient) Lacking something essential; often construed with in
15. Adjective [usually verb-link ADJECTIVE] If someone or something is Deficient in a particular thing, they do not have the full amount of it that they need in order to function normally or work properly.
16. Another way to say Deficient? Synonyms for Deficient (other words and phrases for Deficient).
17. Synonyms for Deficient in Free Thesaurus
18. 41 synonyms for Deficient: lacking, wanting, needing, short, inadequate, insufficient, scarce, scant
19. Deficient numbers occur more frequently than abundant numbers
20. Examples of Deficient numbers include 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22, and 23.
21. Lacking something essential Examples of Deficient in a sentence When I tried to withdraw money, I was told I couldn’t because my funds were Deficient. 🔊 My doctor said I was deficient in potassium and told me to eat more bananas
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22. We found 15 answers for “Deficient”
23. This page shows answers to the clue Deficient, followed by 3 definitions like “Wanting, to make up completeness”, “Inadequate in amount or degree” and “Falling short of some prescribed norm”
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24. Synonyms for Deficient are for example defective, imperfectand inadequate.
25. Late 16th century (originally in the theological phrase Deficient cause, denoting a failure or deficiency that has a particular consequence): from Latin Deficient- ‘failing’, from the verb deficere (see defect).
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26. Deficient - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
27. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Deficient in [sth] adj + prep (lacking) (ES) carente de adj + prep: Deficiente en adj + prep: pobre en loc adj locución adjetiva: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como adjetivo ("de fácil manejo", "a contraluz", "de fiar").
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28. As adjectives the difference between Deficient and insufficient is that Deficient is lacking something essential; often construed with'' in while insufficient is not sufficient.
29. Deficiency definition, the state of being Deficient; lack; incompleteness; insufficiency
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30. • As many as 2 million students leave school with Deficient basic skills
31. • How would they react to a Deficient health care system? • Gospel preaching will be seriously Deficient if this dimension is omitted
32. • It was a delightful, careless room, untidy and rather Deficient in comfortable chairs.
33. The reason that all prime numbers are Deficient numbers as well is because the sum of all proper factors of a prime number is always going to be 1
34. Deficient: 1 adj inadequate in amount or degree “a Deficient education” “ Deficient in common sense” Synonyms: lacking , wanting inadequate , unequal lacking the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task adj of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement Synonyms: insufficient meager , meagerly , meagre , scrimpy , stingy
35. Deficit is a related term of Deficient
36. Deficient is a related term of deficit
37. As a adjective Deficient is lacking something essential; often construed with'' in
38. (originally in the theological phrase Deficient cause, denoting a failure or deficiency that has a particular consequence): from Latin Deficient-‘failing’, from the verb deficere ‘desert or fail’, from de-(expressing reversal) + facere ‘do’.
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39. The quality or condition of being Deficient; incompleteness or inadequacy
40. The following are the therapeutic nursing interventions for Deficient Knowledge
41. Adverbs frequently used with Deficient clearly, genetically, nutritionally, seriously, severely People who are severely Deficient in vitamin E may suffer degenerative changes in the nervous system
42. Nouns frequently used after Deficient in calcium, iron, minerals, nutrients, protein, vitamins Many older people become Deficient in vitamin B12.
43. Deficient (in something) not having enough of something, especially something that is essential
44. A diet that is Deficient in vitamin A; Their food is Deficient in iron
45. Your diet is Deficient in iron.
46. A Deficient or excessive development of the lingual frenulum may also interfere with the movements of the tongue
47. Lincoln was teasled as the court sustained a, demurrer about his papers being Deficient
48. We are somewhat Deficient in the faculty of self-examination and self-criticism.
49. Deficient - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
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50. Deficient: adjective attenuated , barren , below par , blemished , defective , depleted , devoid , disappointing , empty , falling short , faulty , few , flawed
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51. But figuring out whether you are vitamin D Deficient and how much of the supplement you need to take is complicated
52. Women who are dieting can become iron Deficient
53. Our prisons are our most Deficient social service
54. Deaf people are sometimes treated as being mentally Deficient
55. His theory is Deficient in several respects
56. Whereas most people in the study did have sufficient vitamin D levels in their blood samples, defined as at least 50 nanomoles of the vitamin per liter of blood (nmol/L), about 30% of people had less than that: 419 people were Deficient, with more than 25 nmol/L but less than 50, and 70 people were severely Deficient, with less than 25 nmol/L.
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57. Definition of Deficient in the Definitions.net dictionary
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58. What does Deficient mean? Information and translations of Deficient in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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59. We've got 9 rhyming words for Deficient » What rhymes with Deficient? This page is about the various possible words that rhymes or sounds like Deficient.Use it for writing poetry, composing lyrics for your song or coming up with rap verses.
60. Deficient Meaning: "lacking, wanting, incomplete;" c
61. 1600 "not having a full or adequate supply," from Latin Deficientem… See definitions of Deficient.
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62. Another word for Deficient: lacking, wanting, needing, short, inadequate Collins English Thesaurus
63. Find 51 ways to say Deficient, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
64. Deficient (6 Occurrences) John 2:3 And wine being Deficient, the mother of Jesus says to him, They have no wine
65. (DBY) 2 Corinthians 11:6 And if in the matter of speech I am no orator, yet in knowledge I am not Deficient.Nay, we have in every way made that fully evident to you.
66. 54,259 of the country’s 612,677 bridges, or approximately 8.86%, are rated “structurally Deficient” according to the ARTBA
67. One in three of America’s bridges have identifiable repair needs and the average age of each structurally Deficient bridge is 67 years
68. That’s compared to 40 years for non-Deficient bridges.
69. 'Deficient' shipment of Chinese aluminium forces delay to Navy's Cape Class patrol boats Exclusive by defence correspondent Andrew Greene Posted 5 m minutes ago Tue Tuesday 23 …
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