Definition of attainable in English:


Line breaks: at¦tain|able
Pronunciation: /əˈteɪnəbl


Able to be attained; achievable: yields in excess of 6 % are easily attainable an attainable target
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  • For example, losing 20 pounds in three months is a realistic and attainable goal.
  • This superior wisdom is only attainable through the practice of meditation.
  • Proportionate justice is neither attainable nor desirable.
practicable, workable, manageable, realistic, reasonable, viable, feasible, possible, within the bounds/realms of possibility, potential, conceivable, imaginable



Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
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  • The degree to which higher education is emphasized is relative to its attainability and usefulness.
  • They still believe in the attainability of an ideal world.
  • Russell sets out to expose simplistic and overly optimistic views about the attainability of truth and rationality and he demonstrates effectively the need for caution.

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