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English definition of “feasible”

feasible

adjective uk   /ˈfiː.zə.bl̩/ us  
C1 able to be made, done, or achieved: With the extra resources, the project now seems feasible. [+ to infinitive] It may be feasible to clone human beings, but is it ethical? possible or reasonable: It's quite feasible (that) we'll get the money.
feasibly
adverb uk   /-bli/ us  
(Definition of feasible from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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