Definitions for supportable
səˈpɔr tə bəl, -ˈpoʊr-sup·port·able
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bearable, endurable, sufferable, supportableadjective
capable of being borne though unpleasant
Capable of being supported, upheld, maintained, or defended.
Capable of being borne, endured, or tolerated; endurable.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Tolerable; to be endured. It may be observed that William Shakespeare accents the first syllable.
Etymology: supportable, French; from support.
As great to me, as late; and, supportable
To make the dear loss, have I means much weaker
Than you may call to comfort you. William Shakespeare, Tempest.
Alterations in the project of uniting Christians might be very supportable, as things in their own nature indifferent. Jonathan Swift.
I wish that whatever part of misfortunes they must bear, may be rendered supportable to them. Alexander Pope.
Supportable refers to something that can be upheld, justified, or backed up with evidence or good reasoning. It can also refer to something that can be endured, sustained, or maintained over a period of time. This term is often used in various fields such as law, science, technology and more.
capable of being supported, maintained, or endured; endurable
Etymology: [Cf. F. supportable.]
The numerical value of supportable in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of supportable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Given the high amount of uncertainty in the economy, it turns out you can come up with multiple scenarios and they are all reasonable and supportable.
It does mean penetration but it doesn't mean it's a catastrophic penetration, there's a certain size of penetration that is supportable. There's an emergency oxygen package on the suit that would feed it for a while. When we talk about EVA risk, it's generally around 1 in 2,700, so that's considered the risk of having some size of a penetration over the course over the duration of the six and a half hour EVA.
To ensure we're providing certainty for both our customers and team members, we're doubling down on our efforts related to our schedule and staffing, on the scheduling front, we've ensured that our November and December are built to meet customers demand and that they are fully supportable by our staffing.
This bill is eminently supportable, except for one aspect about it. And I asked this question of the committee as a whole.
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- терпимый, сносныйRussian
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