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viability

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌvaɪəˈbɪləti/
the degree of chance that something will succeed: the viability of sth Her role was to assess the viability of investment options overseas.commercial/economic/financial viability This year will serve as an important test of commercial viability for the new electric vehicles. future/longterm viability The longterm viability of the coal-fired power plants is at risk.
Translations of “viability”
in Korean 생존 능력…
in Arabic جَدوى…
in Portuguese viabilidade…
in Catalan viabilitat…
in Japanese (計画などの)実行の可能性…
in Italian possibilità di attuazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可以實施的, 可望成功的, 能生長發育的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可以实施的, 可望成功的, 能生长发育的…
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