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Meaning of “workable” - Learner’s Dictionary

workable

adjective
 
 
/ˈwɜːkəbl/
A workable plan or system can be used or done easily and is effective. →  Opposite unworkable Efficient and effective
Translations of “workable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 產生效果, 可行的, 切合實際的…
in Russian осуществимый…
in Turkish pratik, uygulanabilir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 产生效果, 可行的, 切合实际的…
in Polish realny, wykonalny…
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