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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbankablebank‧a‧ble /ˈbæŋkəbəl/ adjective  SUCCESSFULlikely to be profitable or make a lot of money Hollywood’s most bankable stars
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bankableOverseas, then, is where burgers have become most bankable.Linda, Christy, Claudia, Naomi and Cindy are the world's most bankable beauties.The Hollywood Reporter recently conducted a survey to find out who are the most bankable directors.Combining reliable bankable items with the more extreme looks to keep the press happy is no easy matter.To do that, of course, he has to have some bankable names to star in it.On independent advice, the syndicate of more than 200 banks appears to have decided Eurotunnel is no longer a bankable proposition.Swayze has become a bankable star.
From Longman Business Dictionarybankablebank‧a‧ble /ˈbæŋkəbəl/ adjectiveCOMMERCE profitable and valuableIf I didn’t believe this was a bankable transaction, I wouldn’t have made this decision.
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