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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishidentifiablei‧den‧ti‧fi‧a‧ble /aɪˈdentəfaɪəbəl/ ●○○ AWL adjective  RECOGNIZEable to be recognizedidentifiable as She looked young, and was immediately identifiable as a trainee.identifiable by The police were identifiable by their uniform.
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identifiableThe fingerprint on the door was not identifiable.To be effective, market segments must be clearly identifiable and substantial enough to be potentially profitable.A closed loop is a self-contained unit that has no identifiable beginning or end, like a circle or an integrated circuit.And fussy, fidgety babies, the researchers found, show an identifiable brain-wave pattern.The wooden black boy in the corner was identifiable by his white gloves in the gloom.Neighbourhood police are all too aware of the risk: We are identifiable by our uniform.Richard Lugar of Indiana and businessman Morry Taylor have no identifiable following here.It was personalized and identifiable in a way unknown since Lloyd George's heyday.But nowhere does the jazz component lose its identifiable tone.
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