Definition of doable in English:

doable

Line breaks: do¦able
Pronunciation: /ˈduːəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

informal
Within one’s powers; feasible: none of the jobs were fun, but they were doable
More example sentences
  • It is the happy outcome that a bonanza of energy income has now made practically doable what was once only imaginatively wishful.
  • Due to these stupendous efforts, the Finance Committee can offer a realistic and doable budget for 2005.
  • Don't just compile a wish list - consider what is realistic and doable.

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