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Translation of "viable" - English-Spanish dictionary

viable

adjective   /ˈvaɪ·ə·bl/
effective and able to be successful viable a viable alternative to nuclear power an economically viable plan
(Definition of viable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

viable

adjective /ˈvaiəbəl/
able to be done; feasible posible, viable Selling online is a viable proposition for anyone with access to the Internet We need to ensure that the project is economically viable.
(biology) able to live and develop independently independiente a viable population of red squirrels.
viability noun
viabilidad, factibilidad Sponsorship is critical to the commercial viability of the event.
(Definition of viable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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