Right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation
- these toys are not suitable for children under five
meant or adapted for an occasion or use; "a tractor suitable (or fit) for heavy duty"; "not an appropriate (or fit) time for flippancy"
desirable: worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse; "the parents found the girl suitable for their son"
(suitableness) suitability: the quality of having the properties that are right for a specific purpose; "an important requirement is suitability for long trips"
(suitably) appropriately: in an appropriate manner; "he was appropriately dressed"
Having sufficient or the required properties for a certain purpose or task; appropriate to a certain occasion
(suitably) In a suitable manner; fitly; agreeably; with propriety
(Suitability) A requirement that any investing strategy fall within the financial means and investment objectives of an investor or trader.
(Suitability) Your broker must have a reasonable basis for knowing his portfolio recommendation is suitable for you. In making this assessment, your broker must consider your risk tolerance, other security holdings, financial situation income, net worth, financial needs, and investment objectives.
(SUITABILITY) Can people read, understand and respond to the instrument or technique
(Suitability) A check conducted on all firms and the Principals and Responsible Officials of firms when an application is initially processed, and on a regular basis thereafter. ...
(Suitability) A registrant's major concern in making investment recommendations. All information about a client and a security must be analyzed to determine if an investment is suitable for the client in accounts where a suitability exemption does not apply.
(Suitability) A test for whether someone really should be investing in a particular security. Checking suitability goes along with the know-your-customer rule. ...
(Suitability) Displays approximate predicted performance based on the specified parallel site and task annotations. This tool also lets you mathematically model the expected performance of a theoretically ideal parallel machine, such as by specifying the number of cores. ...
(Suitability) Large-scale agile software development remains an active research area.
(Suitability) Means the borrower should be able to afford the monthly payment after the recasting point, and should be saving the difference in monthly payments between the lowest monthly payment of the option ARM and the traditionally amortized mortgage program. ...
(Suitability) Some thing to consider when choosing your next hair style.
(Suitability) The Mina apartment is ideal for couples, friends, families and children. Children must however be supervised at all times around the pool areas. The apartment is not suitable for very small children as there are no stair gates.
(Suitability) The appropriateness of a particular security for a client, based on the client’s financial situation, level of risk tolerance, and investment objectives.
(Suitability) The choice of music as it relates to the horse: whether the music enhances or detracts from his way of going, if it is appropriate for his type or level being shown.
(suitability) Every registered securities advisor in Canada is required by law to recommend only investments that are appropriate for an investor’s goals and financial situation. See InvestRight's Who's responsible for what?
(suitability) The appropriateness of certain resource management to an area of land. Suitability can be determined by environmental and economic analysis of management practices. (FS People's Glossary of Eco Mgmt Terms)
(suitability) The capability of the software product to provide an appropriate set of functions for specified tasks and user objectives. [ISO 9126] See also functionality.
((suitably)) (dressed) correctement.
Fit for or appropriate to a purpose, occasion, person, character, etc.
gehæp; gelimplice; gemæc; gerisenlic