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obtainable
American English: /əbˈteɪnəb(ə)l/
, /ɑbˈteɪnəb(ə)l/
British English: /əbˈteɪnəbl/

adjective

  • it's not obtainable in this country
    no se puede conseguir en este país
    passes are easily obtainable
    los pases son fáciles de conseguir or se pueden conseguir fácilmente
    Example sentences
    • In conclusion, funding is always available and obtainable if you have the complete package necessary to develop a business.
    • For example, relevant bank statements, which were either available or easily obtainable, were not presented.
    • Supporters say it is a process to maximise the value obtainable from the available resources.

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