Translation of viable in Spanish:

viable

Pronunciation: /ˈvaɪəbəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (capable of succeeding) [plan/option] viable it's not viable no es viable
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    • This view is not derived from a sense of optimism, but from a realisation that viable alternatives need to be developed to reduce car usage and pollution.
    • I looked at the Dem candidates and realized there is no viable alternative for me.
    • So, is there is a viable future for alternative operators in the United Kingdom?
    1.2 [Biology/Biología] viable
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    • Dashed segments of the line indicate where viable seeds do not germinate at low temperatures.
    • Dormancy is defined as the inability of a viable seed to germinate under conditions otherwise adequate for germination.
    • The plants that survived appeared phenotypically normal in all growth phases and produce viable seed that germinated normally.
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    • An aliquot of the cell suspension was removed and the number of viable cells determined by trypan blue exclusion.
    • It follows from the conclusion reached above that the physiological changes that occur during senescence are those of viable cells and tissues.
    • In addition, their long shelf life eventually might translate into a reduced number of viable cells.
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    • If significant placental abruption occurs, a viable fetus should be delivered immediately.
    • Surgery for intractable disease should be delayed until the fetus is viable.
    • A provisional diagnosis of missed abortion was made, but an ultrasound scan subsequently revealed viable triplets.

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