Definition of observable in English:

observable

Line breaks: ob¦serv|able
Pronunciation: /əbˈzəːvəbl
 
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adjective

Able to be noticed or perceived; discernible: observable differences
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  • In this regard, sad to say, brain events appear to be no more transparent than other observable events like reaction time.
  • The photograph emerges from the world of non-fiction, it is the product and evidence of the observable world.
  • One feels in the presence of obvious intelligence and observable skill.
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observability

noun

observably

adverb
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  • The mainline denominations, generally, such as the Anglican and United church - mainline Protestant denominations - have been observably declining.
  • The men said that a high percentage of detainees were on anti-depressants and that at least 100 were observably mentally ill, as distinct from being depressed about their situation.
  • If this is true, it suggests that the effect of the Genocide Convention on the behaviour of bloodthirsty leaders is not only observably weak and erratic, but is in principle indeterminate.

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