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demonstrable

adjective /dɪˈmɑn·strə·bəl/
able to be proved or shown: Mr. Ambrose, to be credible, needed some demonstrable facts. Governments must make demonstrable progress toward this goal by next year.
demonstrably
adverb /dɪˈmɑn·strə·bli/
Translations of “demonstrable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 可證明的,可證實的,能夠證明的…
in Russian доказуемый…
in Turkish kanıtlanabilir, gösterilebilir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可证明的,可证实的,能够证明的…
in Polish dający się udowodnić…
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