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achievable

adjective uk   /əˈtʃiː.və.bəl/ us  
An achievable task, ambition, etc. is one that is possible to achieve: Before you set your targets, make sure that they are achievable.
Translations of “achievable”
in Chinese (Traditional) (任務等)可完成的,可達到的,可實現的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (任务等)可完成的,可达到的,可实现的…
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