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identifiable Line breaks: iden¦ti|fi¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌɪdentɪˈfʌɪəb(ə)l/

Definition of identifiable in English:


Able to be recognized; distinguishable: there are no easily identifiable features on the shoreline
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  • Next to the lute is an open hymn book, identifiable as the work of the great religious reformer Martin Luther.
  • Most interviewees made little distinction between identifiable and anonymised data.
  • Does this question not promote or seed hatred against an identifiable group?



Pronunciation: /ʌɪˌdɛntɪˈfʌɪəbli/
Example sentences
  • It is identifiably west coast, but I don't think it matters.
  • The identifiably proletarian cultural institutions began to coalesce in the same period: with rising real wages and a decades-long slide in food prices, the space in which a cheap, accessible popular culture could flourish was reopened.
  • It is taking the US system towards a European system of more identifiably partisan newspapers.

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