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Definition of "reliability" []

  • Able to be trusted; predictable or dependable (adjective)
  • The quality of being reliable, dependable, or trustworthy. (noun)

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  • The quality of a measurement indicating the degree to which the measure is consistent, that is, repeated measurements would give the same result (See validity). (noun)

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Use "reliability" in a sentence
  • "Lenovo: riding on the Thinkpad brand, initial build feels good but long-term reliability is low."
  • "We held what we called reliability summits around the country saying, one, we and America were a superpower, but we have a third world grid that needs to be modernized, that is antiquated."
  • "So, the animal studies were done in detail, and the information obtained from the animal studies was then submitted to the FDA along with what we call reliability studies from Abiomed that everybody is quite familiar by now that looked at the durability of the device."