Negligent vs Requirement - What's the difference?

negligent | requirement |


As an adjective negligent

is negligent (culpable due to negligence).

As a noun requirement is

a necessity or prerequisite; something required or obligatory.

negligent

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Careless, without appropriate or sufficient attention.
  • (legal) Culpable due to negligence.
  • Synonyms

    * See also

    requirement

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A necessity or prerequisite; something required or obligatory.
  • Something asked.
  • (engineering) A statement (in domain specific terms) which specifies a verifiable constraint on an implementation that it shall undeniably meet or (a)'' be deemed unacceptable, or ''(b)'' result in implementation failure, or ''(c) result in system failure.
  • Usage notes

    * Adjectives often used with "requirement": stringent, complex, reasonable, mandatory, important, financial, medical, educational, physical, chemical * Verbs often used with "requirement": meet, comply with, satisfy, fulfill, impose, waive, abolish, drop, add, remove, fail to meet, ignore, understand, state, specify, increase, reduce, change, modify

    Synonyms

    * (prerequisite) condition, prerequisite, necessity

    Derived terms

    * functional requirement * requirements engineering * requirements analysis