from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Within easy reach; accessible
- adj. (of a node) That may be reached from another node in a graph by passing along one or more lines
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Being within reach.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being reached; within reach.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. easily approached
We give an explanation of the term reachable in the context of Trail NFAs.
I prefer the term reachable in the context of EE though simply because the common distinction between first set and follow set is not so important in Trail.
His prize in reachable site, he outstretches his arm to grab the little blue mouse.
(Later I was to think also of widely separated islands of workers, each island reachable from the others only by a slow boat.)
Inside an Accuracy Center (reachable from the thin DragonBar toolbar that shows up on screen), you can add words to your vocabulary, increase e-mail accuracy and go through other training.
The two pieces do also appear on separate pages, which are reachable from the table of contents.
Until his 4-iron from the right fairway bunker came up short and found the water at No. 18, Stricker had been two under through the minefield that begins with the 260-yard, par-3 15th hole - which one pro jokingly called a "reachable par-3" earlier this week.
And one of last year's lessons was that even Web destinations that have their main domain name reachable over IPv6 typically load page elements such as images and scripts from secondary sub- domains that are IPv4-only, making the experience for users who only have IPv6 and no IPv4 pretty miserable.
We're not talking "reachable" in the sense that they can be swayed by arguments.
Are there "reachable" Republicans, either in office or among the electorate more broadly?