capable of being identified
Capable of being distinguished and named.
I don't know where he was from because he had no identifiable accent.
capable of being identified
The numerical value of identifiable in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of identifiable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of identifiable in a Sentence
Amy Stroup has what is a rarity among most people doing music but common for all great artists that make a real impact – unique artistry that is immediately identifiable. That special something that cuts through the noise. I’ve been a fan since the first song.
The attraction to make this film and this character was that we were going to approach it in our own way so for me I didn't refer to any past creations of the character, i did identify Arthur as a particular personality but then I also wanted the freedom to create something that wasn't identifiable. This is a fictional character and I didn't want a psychiatrist to be able to identify the kind of person he was.
My guns are all very recognizable, we do a lot of custom work, there was one Ak-47 copy built from a .22 I identified. Everything from the optic to the way the sling was placed was all very identifiable.
That identifiable information is quite secure.
Personally-identifiable Chrome Sync data in GAFE accounts is only used to power features in Chrome for that person, for example allowing students to access their own browsing data and settings, securely, across devices.
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- التعرف عليهاArabic
- identificableCatalan, Valencian
- erkennbar, identifizierbarGerman
- identificeerbaar, herkenbaarDutch
- распознава́емый, опознава́емыйRussian
- prepoznàtljiv, raspoznàtljiv, препозна̀тљив, распозна̀тљивSerbo-Croatian
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