realizable


realizable
adj.
1 feasible (factible).
2 realizable (finance).
3 marketable.
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realizable
adjetivo
1 (plan etc) feasible
2 (objetivo) attainable
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adj.
practicable
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ADJ
1) [propósito] attainable; [proyecto] practical, feasible
2) (Econ) [activo] realizable
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adjetivo feasible, practicable
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= attainable, realisable [realizable, -USA], satisfiable.
Ex. This technique's integration of brainstorming and theory principles establishes an effective, stimulating, innovative, rapid and attainable IRS.
Ex. Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
Ex. The result is a pair of overlapping sets of sufficient conditions for autonomy that are argued to be satisfiable by real human agents.
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* posibilidad de ser realizable = satisfiability.
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adjetivo feasible, practicable
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= attainable, realisable [realizable, -USA], satisfiable.

Ex: This technique's integration of brainstorming and theory principles establishes an effective, stimulating, innovative, rapid and attainable IRS.

Ex: Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
Ex: The result is a pair of overlapping sets of sufficient conditions for autonomy that are argued to be satisfiable by real human agents.
* posibilidad de ser realizable = satisfiability.

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realizable
adjective
feasible, practicable
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realizable adjetivo
feasible, practicable
realizable adjetivo feasible
'realizable' also found in these entries:
English:
feasible
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realizable adj
1. [factible] feasible
2. Fin realizable

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • realizable — (Amer.) re·al·iz·a·ble || rɪəlaɪzÉ™bl adj. can be made real, can be accomplished; can be made into real property; can be converted into cash (also realisable) …   English contemporary dictionary

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