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Meaning of “traceable” in the English Dictionary

"traceable" in British English

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traceableadjective

uk   us   /ˈtreɪ.sə.bl̩/
possible to ​trace: In ​theory, most ​phonecalls should be traceable. His ​medicalproblems were ​shown to be traceable to (= to have been ​caused by) his having been ​exposed to ​dangerouschemicals.
(Definition of traceable from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"traceable" in American English

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traceableadjective

 /ˈtreɪ·sə·bəl/
possible to ​find or trace to a ​cause or ​origin: In ​theory, most ​telephonecalls should be traceable.
(Definition of traceable from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"traceable" in Business English

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traceableadjective

uk   us   /ˈtreɪsəbl/
COMMERCE, PRODUCTION if a ​product is traceable, ​information is ​available about where and how the ​product and its ​parts or ​contents were made: Our ​marketssell only fresh, traceable ​produce.traceable to sth They wanted all beef ​exports to be traceable to their ​farm of ​origin.
COMMUNICATIONS, IT possible to ​find or ​follow, especially using ​technology: They were ​talking on traceable ​cellularphones. The ​printingprocess uses ​invisiblesignatures which make every ​document traceable.
if something such as an ​event or problem is traceable, it is possible to ​find its ​original cause: traceable (back) to sth Every problem seemed to be traceable back to one particular ​employee.
(Definition of traceable from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “traceable”
in Chinese (Simplified) 可追踪的, 可查出的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可追蹤的, 可查出的…
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