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  1. -able

    • IPA[əb(ə)l]
    • suf.
      (forming adjectives) able to be;(forming adjectives) to be
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    • 1. (forming adjectives) able to be calculable
    • 2. (forming adjectives) to be payable
    • 3. (forming adjectives) subject to taxable
    • 4. (forming adjectives) relevant to or in accordance with fashionable
    • 5. (forming adjectives) having the quality to suitable comfortable
    • adj.
      having the power, skill, means, or opportunity to do something: he was able to read Greek at the age of eight they would never be able to afford such a big house

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    • adj.
      having the power, skill, means, or opportunity to do something: he was able to read Greek at the age of eight he would never be able to afford such a big house

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      fit, strong, and healthy; not physically disabled: he was the only able-bodied man on the farm

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    • n.
      an able-bodied seaman.

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    • adj.
      fit and healthy; not physically disabled: he was the only able-bodied man on the farm some areas of the garden are only accessible to the able-bodied

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    • n.
      a rank of sailor in the Royal Navy above ordinary seaman and below leading seaman.

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    • n.
      a seaman or naval rating able to perform all duties.

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    • adj.
      able to be reached or obtained.

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    • IPA[əb(ə)l]

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    • suf.
      (forming adjectives) able to be: calculable

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