Verb(1) put into service; make work or employ for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose(2) be pertinent or relevant or applicable(3) ask (for something(4) apply to a surface(5) be applicable to; as to an analysis(6) give or convey physically(7) avail oneself to(8) ensure observance of laws and rules(9) refer (a word or name(10) apply oneself to
Adjective(1) concerned with concrete problems or data rather than with fundamental principles
(1) The results of this study have both applied and theoretical implications.(2) The math, engineering, applied health studies and science faculties will be the primary beneficiaries of the funding.(3) This hands-on learning experience was a first for the senior-level applied native studies class.(4) One of its conclusions was that there was at present a continued need for animal experiments both in applied research and research aimed purely at extending knowledge.(5) Decision making has been a classic topic of academic research and applied practice.(6) The way that speculation is discussed has generated a substantial literature in applied language study, with two important manifestations.(7) The book is weaker in the chapters in which the authors examine the applied issues of legal pluralism.(8) We work on a mixture of applied and wacky theoretical stuff.(9) Extruding twice was done only to increase the concentration of food waste in the final mixture and is not recommended as an applied practice.(10) Science and environmental studies support it, and applied health studies made course evaluations available to students this term.(11) The program offers applied research experience that emerges from the student's professional environment.(12) It aims to promote basic and applied research in the medical sciences and biotechnology in Scotland.(13) Set in place an early commitment to modernisation of agricultural practice by way of applied science.(14) Aside from econometrics, most women appear to do research in applied rather than theoretical issues.(15) The overall goal was to introduce the students to both oral and written presentations of applied chemistry research.(16) Factions within the party were hostile to antiquated academic privileges and promoted new forms of applied scientific research and practice.
(1) apply :: 適用します
2. be relevant ::
4. exert ::
5. use ::
6. hold ::
7. enforce ::
8. lend oneself ::
9. give ::
1. impracticable ::
2. impractical ::
3. inapplicable ::
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