CET6 IELTS 考 研 TOEFL
- specification (n.)
- 1610s, "act of investing with some quality," from Medieval Latin specificationem (nominative specificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Late Latin specificare "mention particularly," from Latin specificus, (see specific). With Latin -ficus, unstressed comb. form of facere "to make, do." Meaning "technical particular" is attested from 1833; short form spec first attested 1956.
- 1. They struggled to limit the cost by enforcing a low-tech specification.
- 2. Examination confirmed that the quality of the products was up to specification.
- 3. The obscure charges against him lacked specification.
- 4. This instrument demands stringent specification.
- 5. Legislation will require UK petrol companies to meet an EU specification for petrol.
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