Non-compatible



[kuh m-pat-uh-buh l] /kəmˈpæt ə bəl/

adjective
1.
capable of existing or living together in harmony:
the most compatible married couple I know.
2.
able to exist together with something else:
Prejudice is not compatible with true religion.
3.
consistent; congruous (often followed by with):
His claims are not compatible with the facts.
4.
Computers.

5.
Electronics. (of a device, signal, etc.) capable of being used with equipment in a system without the need for special modification or conversion.
6.
noting a system of television in which color broadcasts can be received on ordinary sets in black and white.
noun
7.
something, as a machine or piece of electronic equipment, that is designed to perform the same tasks as another, often in the same way and using virtually identical parts, programmed instructions, etc.:
Software written for one computer will probably run on its close compatibles.
/kəmˈpætəbəl/
adjective
1.
(usually foll by with) able to exist together harmoniously
2.
(usually foll by with) consistent or congruous: her deeds were not compatible with her ideology
3.
(of plants)

4.
(of pieces of machinery, computer equipment, etc) capable of being used together without special modification or adaptation: a PC-compatible disc
adj.

mid-15c., from Middle French compatible (15c.), from Medieval Latin compatibilis, from Late Latin compati (see compassion). Related: Compatibility.

compatible com·pat·i·ble (kəm-pāt’ə-bəl)
adj.

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