Compliant ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Compliant ( adjective )

  1. Willing to comply with rules, requests, or demands.
  2. Conforming to a rule, standard or law.
  3. Easily managed or controlled.

Origin:

The word compliant is derived from the late 16th century, from the latin word "compliantem" which means "bending" or "yielding".

Examples:

  1. She was compliant with the company's rules and regulations.
  2. The new regulations require that all products be compliant with safety standards.
  3. The child was compliant and did as she was told.
  4. The new software is compliant with the latest operating system.
  5. The bank was compliant with the government's request for information.

(As a noun)

Compliant ( noun )

  1. Willing to comply with rules, requests, or demands.
  2. Conforming to a rule, standard or law.
  3. Easily managed or controlled.

Origin:

The word compliant is derived from the late 16th century, from the latin word "compliantem" which means "bending" or "yielding".

Examples:

  1. She was compliant with the company's rules and regulations.
  2. The new regulations require that all products be compliant with safety standards.
  3. The child was compliant and did as she was told.
  4. The new software is compliant with the latest operating system.
  5. The bank was compliant with the government's request for information.
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