Definition of get-at-able in English:

get-at-able

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Pronunciation: /gɛtˈatəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

informal
  • Accessible.
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    • Their scrum was weak and get-at-able and their lineout was a sham.
    • Roosevelt was playing hard to get, testing his own theory that Stalin was ‘get-at-able.’
    • As far as I can see, both sides of all the boards are get-at-able, without having to unscrew them.

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