reliable美 [rɪ'laɪəb(ə)l] 英 [rɪ'laɪəb(ə)l]
that can be trusted to do sth well; that you can rely on
We are looking for someone who is reliable and hard-working.
a reliable friend
My car's not as reliable as it used to be.
that is likely to be correct or true
Our information comes from a reliable source.
a reliable witness
able to be trusted to do what is expected or has been promised
able to be trusted to be accurate or to provide a correct result
a reliable person is someone who you can trust to behave well, work hard, or do what you expect them to do
But there will also be a need for a reliable power generation that works even when the sun does not shine and the wind does not blow.
Papers on the management of substation data security, reliable, efficient and easy-to-network intelligent management of consider revising.
not easy to produce a quality and reliable: the wrinkles, bubble, self-crimping rrepublic and isolation of the paper and films.
For its lucky buyer, the dress isn't only a one-of-a-kind piece of history, but will also prove to be a solid and reliable investment.
Mr. Mubarak's military backers, beneficiaries of that aid, worried that he was no longer a reliable source of revenue.
I've got quite a few build orders for this match up, but I think I'll stick to two, which are the most reliable.
The conservative nature of the business means that Western &Southern needed the most secure and reliable infrastructure available.
Use our state-of-the-art, reliable & easy to use technology to enhance & differentiate your product.
From what I know of him I should say that he is reliable.
But he said methods used to measure sperm have changed significantly over time and have not always been reliable.