Definition of regulable in English:

regulable

Line breaks: regu|lable
Pronunciation: /ˈrɛgjʊləb(ə)l
 
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adjective

  • Able to be regulated: hot-water pipes whose temperature is regulable at will
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    • Just as offer and acceptance are communications incidental to the regulable transaction called a contract, the professional's speech is incidental to the conduct of the profession.
    • But if genetic engineering makes reproduction sufficiently unnatural as to become regulable then why don't all the technologies used to keep premature babies alive have the same effect?
    • The government could take steps to transform the architecture of the Internet to make it more regulable, thereby increasing national security.

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