from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being controlled, checked, or restrained; subject to regulation or command.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of being controlled, checked, or restrained; amenable to command.
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- adjective Able to be
controlled; subject to regulationor command.
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- adjective capable of being controlled
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Then it had to remain controllable and stable at subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds up to Mach 4 by mid-1942, ten years after development had started.
There's no rigidly defined technical definition of multitasking (as opposed to, say, how TCP/IP works), so Apple can get a pass on saying "many things happening at once triggered by separate apps and controllable" is multitasking, when this is really something different.
The antiseptic properties of large-scale tea drinking may have brought the sewerage conditions within controllable limits.
Expenses the city describes as controllable are forecast to decline by $437 million, a 1.9% drop.
Sudden news of a loss creates emotions that may not be controllable, which is a potential problem in what is supposed to be a controlled environment.
A R.O.A.D. specialty also meant a better ability to have what doctors called a controllable lifestyle.
Between 1996 and 2003, the proportion of women graduating from U.S. medical schools who chose more "controllable" lifestyles -- specialties allowing them to dictate hours spent on the job -- doubled.
He chose to call it a "power emergency" instead of a power crisis because, as he put it, the situation had been "controllable".
And if this kind of controllable probabilistic dependence existed, Î»-distribution would also obtain; for if such dependence existed, the actual distribution of pairs 'states (in which the pair always have the same state, the quantum-mechanical state) would cease to be the quantum-equilbrium distribution.
For instance, depressed individuals tend to use more counterfactuals, and in particular, more counterfactuals for "controllable" events1.