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Translation of "possible" - English-Spanish dictionary

possible

adjective /ˈposəbl/
able to happen or be done posible It’s possible that the train will be delayed We’ll come as soon as possible I’ll do everything possible She did the only possible thing in the circumstances.
satisfactory; acceptable posible I’ve thought of a possible solution to the problem.
possibility noun ( plural possibilities)
something that is possible; the state of being possible; (a) likelihood posibilidad There isn’t much possibility of that happening There’s a possibility of war The plan has possibilities (= looks as if it may be a good one).
possibly adverb
perhaps tal vez, a lo mejor, es posible; posiblemente ’Will you have time to do it?’ ’Possibly.’
in a way or manner that is possible lo más… que pueda/posible; (not possibly) de ninguna manera; ser posible I’ll come as fast as I possibly can I can’t possibly eat any more Could you possibly lend me your pen?
(Definition of possible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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