capable of being foretold
Able to be predicted.
that may be predicted
"Predictable" is a pop rock song written by Kara DioGuardi, Delta Goodrem and Jarrad Rogers, recorded by Goodrem for her first album Innocent Eyes. Released in the last quarter of 2003, the single peaked at number-one on the Australian ARIA Charts, becoming Goodrem's fifth number-one single in Australia. This achievement in itself broke the record set by Goodrem herself for the most amount of consecutive number-one's from a debut album. The original record was held by Kylie Minogue. Due to Goodrem's cancer treatment, she was unable to shoot an accompanying film clip; Sony used a live video to represent the song. The live video was shot at the Headquarters for Channel V in July 2003. The song and produced by John Fields in L.A. Originally, the demo version of the song was rather different from the end product; however, Goodrem desired the song to have a rock edge to it, thus asking Fields to help produce it. The song is set around the theme of a girl rejecting the advances of a man, because she can see through his facade, and knows that if she lets him enter her life, she will end up heartbroken. The song was chosen by Goodrem's record company, Sony, to be the last single to represent the album Innocent Eyes.
The numerical value of predictable in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of predictable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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I believe what most opinion polls seem to indicate, that New Democracy will be very close to not only being first, but having enough votes in parliament in order to have an autonomous opportunity to run the country for the next predictable years.
Russia is more predictable than it is perceived right now... I'm sure loads of companies are waiting to get back.
The drug menace must stop... Yet the apparent serial summary executions of alleged street drug users or petty drug lords which appear sudden, too contrived and predictable must also stop, the two are not incompatible.
Changes are not only possible and predictable, but to deny them is to be an accomplice to one's own unnecessary vegetation.
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- vorhersagbar, prädiktabelGerman
- arvattavissa, ennalta arvattava, ennustettavaFinnish
- prédictible, prévisibleFrench
- 起こりうる, 先が見える, 予測, 予測可能なJapanese
- previzibil, predictibil, anticipabilRomanian
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