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Definición de “-able” en inglés

-able

suffix uk   /-ə.bl̩/ (also ible) us  

-able suffix (CAN BE)

added to verbs to form adjectives that mean able to receive the action of the stated verb: breakable washable movable

-able suffix (WORTH BEING)

added to verbs to form adjectives that mean worth receiving the action of the stated verb: an admirable person an acceptable answer
(Definition of -able suffix from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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