capable of being imagined
"that is one possible answer"
Capable of being conceived or imagined; possible; credible; thinkable.
capable of being conceived, imagined, or understood
Etymology: [Cf. F. concevable.]
The numerical value of conceivable in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of conceivable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Once the AIIB has actually been established, it's conceivable that we would cooperate.
It’s not that there’s lack of legal authority, it’s totally conceivable that you could have a law like that in theory.
I do, right, and I'm not alone in that, a recent paper was put out by 21 very well internationally-respected virologists and evolutionary biologists who said the same thing as I'm saying. And I rely on people like that, who have great experience in this. That's what they do every single day -- who, again, are open minded -- and are saying it's conceivable that you may have had a lab leak. So you've got to keep an open mind to all possibilities, but they feel that the more likely explanation is a natural evolution from an animal host to a human.
With the rejection of the rules of the euro zone ... negotiations about a programme worth billions are barely conceivable, tsipras and his government are leading the Greek people on a path of bitter abandonment and hopelessness.
It is completely conceivable, there is no reason why it can not be in the long term.
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- възможен, мислим, разбираемBulgarian
- představitelný, myslitelný, možnýCzech
- erdenklich, absehbar, vorstellbar, begreiflich, denkbarGerman
- concebible, pensable, imaginableSpanish
- pensable, imaginableFrench
- immaginabile, pensabile, concepibile, ideabileItalian
- comprehensibilis, comprehensīvusLatin
- вероятный, возможный, мыслимый, потенциальный, постижимыйRussian
- pòjmljiv, замѝслив, по̀јмљив, zamìslivSerbo-Croatian
- makul, akla uygun, düşünülebilirTurkish
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