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- adj. Able to be explained or understood
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being explained or made plain to the understanding; capable of being interpreted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being explained or made plain; interpretable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being understood
By a coincidence that is entirely explainable, the Arabic word Baqar, meaning cow or ox, gets fudged into the word Bakra, originating from the Sanskrit varkar.
If you are still working with "explainable" theories...check out these articles by NanoTechnology expert J Storrs Hall Josh Hall:
The Times says trying KSM in a military court is "explainable" but the policy of having civilian trials for terrorist suspects should remain.
The official said some of the information in the story is "explainable," in that some "redundancy" is necessary in the intelligence community.
Honestly, the vast majority, even those with great track records, when we really tear apart the way they invest, we just walk away unconvinced that they are really a great investor with a repeatable process that is explainable and logical.
"All of these were explainable things," Ricks said of accusations he faced in several locations, including spending late nights with students in a dorm room in Atlanta, inappropriate contact with students in Hampton Roads, allegations of unethical behavior in Caroline County and stalking boys while a teacher in Manassas.
Unfortunately, not everything happening a the Cern Hadron Collider is explainable
Otherwise, love is not explainable, it just is, and thank your God for it if you have it!
In “The Men of Forty Mile,” for example, London explains that life in general is explainable in terms of a deterministic framework.
A school's choice in this regard should be driven by good and publicly explainable reasons: if there is only one slot and a few appropriate candidates, that might counsel in favor of shorter deadlines; if there are many slots and it's already near the end of the hiring season, that might warrant greater flexibility.