Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the state of being vulnerable or exposed
    "his vulnerability to litigation"



    Zelfstandig naamwoord
      • susceptibility to injury or attack




      1. Embrace your vulnerability, feel your fear, love fully.
      2. Despite her hard exterior, she had a certain vulnerability that made her quite endearing.
      3. Short-term effects of smoking include unfitness, wheezing, a general vulnerability to illness, bad breath, bad skin and so on.
      4. Social vulnerability and political stability
      5. the vulnerability to fraud of the measures, having regard particularly to the economic incentive.
      6. This was to alleviate the yard’s vulnerability to fluctuations on the shipbuilding market.
      7. support crisis prevention and management, to address vulnerability to shocks and to strengthen people's resilience;
      8. A policy towards energy efficiency is important to reduce the vulnerability of the European economy to oil prices variations.
      9. The recent gas crises (winters 2006 and 2009) and the increase of oil prices until mid-2008 demonstrated Europe’s vulnerability.
      10. There is a need for improved knowledge, methods and integrated framework for the assessment of hazards, vulnerability and risks.
      11. Research work will focus on new methods for assessing food supply and needs, food security information systems and vulnerability assessments.
      12. conducting a risk analysis based on major threat scenarios, vulnerability of each asset, and potential impact; and
      13. Research will develop bio-markers and modelling tools taking into account combined exposures, variations in vulnerability and uncertainty.
      14. identification, selection and prioritisation of counter-measures and procedural changes and their level of effectiveness in reducing vulnerability; and
      15. In addition, specific procedural guarantees for unaccompanied minors should be laid down on account of their vulnerability.