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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: apt (0.00903 detik)
Found 3 items, similar to apt.
English → Indonesian
cocok, kena, mampu
English → English
adj 1: at risk of or subject to experiencing something usually
unpleasant; “he is apt to lose”
; “she is liable to
2: mentally quick and resourceful; “an apt pupil”
; “you are a
clever man...you reason well and your wit is bold”
Stoker [syn: clever
3: (usually followed by `to') naturally disposed toward; “he is
apt to ignore matters he considers unimportant”
; “I am not
minded to answer any questions”
4: being of striking appropriateness and pertinence; “the
successful copywriter is a master of apposite and
evocative verbal images”
; “an apt reply”
English → English
([a^]pt), a. [F. apte, L. aptus, fr. obsolete apere to
fasten, to join, to fit, akin to apisci to reach, attain: cf.
Gr. ? to fasten, Skr. [=a]pta fit, fr. [=a]p to reach
1. Fit or fitted; suited; suitable; appropriate.
They have always apt instruments. --Burke.
A river . . . apt to be forded by a lamb. --Jer.
2. Having an habitual tendency; habitually liable or likely;
-- used of things.
My vines and peaches . . . were apt to have a soot
or smuttiness upon their leaves and fruit. --Temple.
This tree, if unprotected, is apt to be stripped of
the leaves by a leaf-cutting ant. --Lubbock.
3. Inclined; disposed customarily; given; ready; -- used of
Apter to give than thou wit be to ask. --Beau. & Fl.
That lofty pity with which prosperous folk are apt
to remember their grandfathers. --F. Harrison.
4. Ready; especially fitted or qualified (to do something);
quick to learn; prompt; expert; as, a pupil apt to learn;
an apt scholar. “An apt wit.”
Live a thousand years,
I shall not find myself so apt to die. --Shak.
I find thee apt . . . Now, Hamlet, hear. --Shak.
Syn: Fit; meet; suitable; qualified; inclined; disposed;
liable; ready; quick; prompt.
, v. t. [L. aptare. See Aptate
To fit; to suit; to adapt. [Obs.] “ To apt their places.”
That our speech be apted to edification. --Jer. Taylor.