incompatibility / ˌɪn kəmˈpæt ə bəl /


incompatibility2 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. not compatible; unable to exist together in harmony: She asked for a divorce because they were utterly incompatible.
  2. contrary or opposed in character; discordant: incompatible colors.
  3. that cannot coexist or be conjoined.
n. 名词 noun
  1. Usually incompatibles. incompatible persons or things.
  2. an incompatible drug or the like.
  3. incompatibles, Logic. two or more propositions that cannot be true simultaneously.two or more attributes that cannot simultaneously belong to the same object.

incompatibility 近义词

n. 名词 noun


incompatibility 的近义词 5
incompatibility 的反义词 3


  1. Measurements in which the electron was replaced by a heavier particle, called a muon, gave us a different answer—and the two results were incompatible.
  2. Many systems can’t talk to each other, and often rely on employees to compensate for incompatible medical record systems.
  3. Many experts in authoritarianism warn those beliefs are incompatible with democracy as we know it.
  4. Unfortunately, the full-sized 30-series cards are massive and power hungry, which makes them incompatible with portable PCs.
  5. If Animal Crossing usually does the trick but suddenly fails to charm you out of your mood, it may simply be incompatible with your current mindset.
  6. Now it can't open on my phone due to what appears to be software incompatibility.
  7. The incompatibility between motherhood and tech, it seems, runs far deeper than the timing of pregnancy alone.
  8. That incompatibility begins in an education system that is wary of encouraging original thinking and potentially disobedience.
  9. The same incompatibility of temperament would still exist; besides, on no account will I consent to be an expense to you.
  10. There is no business man who will pretend that there is not often an actual incompatibility if he is honest.
  11. Here, as in other respects, Celt and Teuton show an incompatibility and oppositeness which strongly suggest difference of origin.
  12. The boy is unfortunate if the "incompatibility" end in desertion or divorce, and equally unfortunate if it does not.
  13. But the experiments had been foredoomed anyway,—through the incompatibility of producers' cooperation with trade unionism.