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- adj. That may be divided into fractions; divisible
- adj. divided; separated; parted
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being divided; divisible.
- adj. Divided; separated; parted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. can be divided usually without leaving a remainder
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Mothers life, is not brought forwards against George nor you* if so, the dividable sum would be thirty three pounds. —
"We have a world that cannot be looked upon as dividable," he told us.
While hospitals cannot offer every in-patient a private room, shared rooms are generally dividable by curtains that enable patients some degree of physical seclusion (and associational intimacy with visiting family and friends).
In other words, holographic images are a dividable record which allows all data possessed by the whole to exist in every part of the hologram.
The auxiliary rule, in effect since 1582 or so, is: if a year ends with double zero, leap years are evenly dividable by 400.
Because, and this was a big because to me, from the space to 0 to 1 must be infinitely dividable into smaller and smaller parts.
Business travellers will benefit from 235 square metres of dividable meeting space with the latest AV technology.
The 234-room hotel resort and spa, nestled on a slope-side bluff overlooking the Pemigewasset River in Lincoln, New Hampshire, has 117 suites that sleep up to six guests, each dividable into separate Club rooms with king beds and Studios with queen/double beds, a full kitchen and dining area.
The entire third floor is dedicated to five meeting and event spaces, with the flexibility of sub-dividable rooms for simultaneous meetings or large group meetings.
All the t-JAYS in-ear headphones feature JAYS Sound Isolating Sleeves, a dividable TPE coated cable, and gold-plated 3. 5mm plug.