Definition of discernible in English:

discernible

Syllabification: dis·cern·i·ble
Pronunciation: /diˈsərnəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Able to be discerned; perceptible: the scandal had no discernible effect on his career the inscription was barely discernible
More example sentences
  • The carrot's flavour was discernible, but quite distinct from that in a savoury dish.
  • The balance of evidence suggests a discernible human influence on global climate.
  • Nor are there any evident truths discernible without regard to our historical context.
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discernibly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Having said that, it is true that you can find tights for most requirements, and their quality has improved discernibly.
  • The third element is the element of dissatisfaction which, although discernibly separate, is really running together, in our submission, in tandem with the concept of a person being affected.
  • This silence, discernibly due to information poverty, points to the urgency for an informed and sustained debate about the issue of genetically manipulating food products.

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