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comment What is a good antonym for “redundant” (engineering)?
As an engineer with may years of experience, I would vouch for this answer. But it would be better to include some examples in your answer. A simple Google search on phrases like "non-redundant design", "non-redundant electrical design", "non-redundant mechanical design", and "non-redundant systems", would provide many examples of its use. Comments don't provide enough room to link to them. (I understand this might be a circular argument, but, apart from my own experience, it does show that the term is widely used.)
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comment What is a good antonym for “redundant” (engineering)?
So... what is the antonym of "redundant"? I don't think you provided that. You have only given an attribute that a non-redundant device might have. (And even some redundant devices still suffer from single points of failure.)
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revised Is this misplaced adjective ok, even though it is technically incorrect?
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answered Is this misplaced adjective ok, even though it is technically incorrect?
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comment Does 'lure' have a negative connotation
I would quibble that the use of the word "absolutely" shouldn't be taken to indicate the strength or degree of negativity. Lure can have a sense that is anywhere from neutral to extremely negative.
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comment Usage of the word “refuse”
You need to show why standard and readily available references don't answer your question.
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answered What's the full form of DTO
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answered Is there a word for the instant after you are slapped and are deciding how to react?
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answered A word that can mean the “outsider”
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answered What does “flop out of the box” mean? Is it a popular turn of phrase?
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revised Word meaning romantic but without conveying the idea of love?
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answered Word meaning romantic but without conveying the idea of love?
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answered Another word for key-points of a certain entity
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answered A single word for “someone who readily takes responsibility/new tasks”
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comment I need an adjective to precede the word “method”
You are going to have to address the context concerns expressed in the comments or this question will be closed soon. The best approach might be to write your phrase using words you don't like and ask for smeone to propose something better. I suppose better, to you, would be as a one word adjective.
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comment Are there rules about where a long title should be broken across lines?
You should show some research into the matter. Knowing what the purpose of a title is might lead you to your answer. That might be a direction you can go with your research.
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revised Can I say “listen for it” and “smell for it”?
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answered Can I say “listen for it” and “smell for it”?