- 名词: reliability;
- 形容词: reliable;
Sonia, we are reliably informed, loves her family very much.
It's been working reliably for years.
Still, bees are excellent experimental subjects, performing their feats far more often and reliably than pigeons.
然而, 蜜蜂仍不失为一种优秀的实验对象, 它们表现的绝技远比信鸽经常和可靠.
It has performed reliably when used at very high retentions in full - cell impregnation processes.
Pipelines corrosion harm evaluation is the foundation work of pipes operating reliably.
It can easily realize the drive of step motor reliably.
Tool with a single insulation must be reliably grounded.
A stably and reliably practical low - pressure fuel supply system is designed.
Check up if the signal wire is connected properly and reliably.
The whirlpool appears reliably whenever we pull the plug.
The cost of the fixed asset be measured reliably.
Electric circuits of experiments can be conveniently and reliably connected.
The mould acts reliably and can meet the requirement of automatic production.
The cost of this biological asset can be measured reliably.
This protocol can resist E - Mail receiver deny and insure E - Mail transferred reliably.
But economists who study the relationship between money and happiness have consistently found that, above a certain income, the two do not reliably correlate.
Around the same time, I noticed that those who part with $2285 a night to stay in a cliff-top room at the Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California, pay partly for the privilege of not having a TV in their rooms; the future of travel, I'm reliably told, lies in "black-hole resorts," which charge high prices precisely because you can't get online in their rooms
1. in a faithful manner;
"it always came on, faithfully, like the radio"