Definition of accomplishable in English:

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accomplishable

Pronunciation: /əˈkʌmplɪʃəb(ə)l/

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adjective

Able to be achieved or completed successfully: this guide simplifies a seemingly mammoth task into accomplishable baby steps we will have to negotiate and see what is accomplishable
More example sentences
  • Honestly, we made the target because we managed, for once, to keep our ambitions closer to something realistically accomplishable.
  • The company hasn't confirmed the timetable, but speaking before the story broke, the firm's head said, "A holiday release is accomplishable."
  • Admittedly, this study reaches the limits of experimental accuracy accomplishable in structural work.

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