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- adj. Able to be transformed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being transformed or changed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being transformed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being changed in substance as if by alchemy
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Their very agency, in fact, turns on the fact that the modalities of "must" (dictum,) "may" (licentia) and "should" (determina) are not straightforwardly transformable to "will".
I find that idea fascinating ... many MUDs predating WoW by 10-20 years have been transformable in some way (ie. purchase a house, scrawl a note on a tree, etc) and that really changes the nature of the game.
This is complex and deep, but definitely resolvable, healable, transformable.
By listening to her root, she brought the knowledge of its anger to a conscious—and therefore transformable—level.
Yin and yang are interchangeable and transformable.
Panasonic Robotic Bed can be transformable between a bed and a wheelchair with the user staying in
Panasonic today announced the development of a bed-shaped robot which can be transformable between a bed and a wheelchair with the user staying in bed or wheelchair.
You know, the one that your new agent said might be transformable into a good second novel of a two-book deal?
Her paintings were influenced by mathematical and physical theories, which attested to her belief in the connection between science, art and philosophy on the one hand, and systems whose terms are transformable, on the other: expressing things in one sphere in terms taken from another sphere.
I think that he should also drive in a transformable car that shoots rockets!