translation and definition "-able", Dictionary English-English online
Definition and similar words in English:
An adjective suffix, now usually in a passive sense; forms adjectives meaning possible, or fit.
able to be
fit to be
relevant or suitable to, in accordance with
expressing capacity or worthiness in a passive sense
indicating obligation; as in payable, reportable, taxable.
Example sentences with "-able", translation memory
Something you' ve never been able to give me
The reclassified post for a dedicated senior manager will help build the capacity of the Operation by providing the knowledge and experience of both disarmament, demobilization and reintegration and security sector reform and be able to represent UNOCI at high-level discussions with national and international partners
Fortunately for Billy, the specialist had a cancellation and was able to see him within a few days.
Those involved in a PFSA should be able to draw upon expert assistance in relation to
Mounting plates for fifth wheel couplings must be able to satisfy the tests described in Annex VI, Section
More-- more able to-- passionate
• Be able to climb "walls" of up to 0.5 cm height either straight on or at approach angles of up to 60 degrees.
Tiger Petroleum Corp.: the case involved purchase orders performed by the defendant but not signed by it; the court considered that “an arbitral clause in a contract is sufficient to implicate the New York Convention; an `agreement in writing' does not necessarily have to be either signed by the parties or contained in an exchange of letters or telegrams, as long as the court is otherwise able to find an arbitral clause in a contract.” On appeal (see footnote ‧ below), that interpretation of article II was rejected
I believe that if the government House leader is listening to this concern, he might be able to find a way to ensure that there is unanimous consent for dealing with this correction in the printing of the bill
As noted in the report of the Secretary-General for ‧ under article ‧ paragraph ‧ of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( ‧ ), the Department for General Assembly and Conference Management of the United Nations Secretariat had not been able to provide interpretation services for the meeting of the Legal and Technical Commission in ‧ (see para ‧ of that report
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