Definition of discoverable in English:

discoverable

Line breaks: dis|cov¦er|able
Pronunciation: /dɪˈskʌv(ə)rəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

1Able to be discovered or found; findable: the traces of his pen are readily discoverable on every page there must be some discoverable patterns
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  • They would never be discoverable within an individual lifetime, so they become irrelevant.
  • The purpose of this term is to ensure that the terms of the licence, and the constraints on its use, are readily discoverable by everyone who acquires a copy.
  • The actual state of a person's mind is not always readily discoverable.
1.1 Computing (Of online content) tending or designed to be easily found by users via a search engine, within an application, or on a website: the keywords appearing in the content are discoverable through search engines your content needs to be easily discoverable and accessible to the tablet user
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  • Every public update sent to Twitter from anywhere in the world 24/7 can be instantly indexed and made discoverable via our newly launched real-time search.
  • The search engine says it aims to make the world's books "discoverable online" by offering both well known classics and obscure titles on every conceivable subject.
  • All things can not be easily discoverable because everything is limited.

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