Definition of remediable in English:

remediable

Syllabification: re·me·di·a·ble
Pronunciation: /rəˈmēdēəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

1Capable of being cured; treatable: a remediable condition that may have serious consequences if not recognized
More example sentences
  • Failure to perform an echocardiogram may result in inappropriate treatment or potentially remediable causes being overlooked.
  • This is of great importance, as muscle dysfunction is potentially remediable.
  • Are there any tip-offs to remediable causes of impaired mobility?
Synonyms
1.1Capable of being remedied; rectifiable: these grievances are remediable
More example sentences
  • Fortunately, the media also represents the most easily remediable influence on adolescents.
  • Any abuse seemed remediable, any grievance capable of redress - any old score within reach of settlement.
  • To redress the wrongs that we had unwittingly committed against them was remediable merely by making our exit.

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