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feasible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeasiblefea‧si‧ble /ˈfiːzəbəl/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 POSSIBLEa plan, idea, or method that is feasible is possible and is likely to work syn possible 🔊 a feasible solutioneconomically/technically/politically etc feasible 🔊 It was no longer financially feasible to keep the community centre open.see thesaurus at possiblefeasibly adverbfeasibility /ˌfiːzəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 a feasibility study
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feasibleBarrington suggest transporting the supplies by air. This of course is perfectly feasible.This is more costly and is not ideal but it is nevertheless feasible.Solar heating is technically and economically feasible.A diary based development and reporting approach was used in a few cases where close contact with the project team was feasible.Steady advances in digital memory technology are making mass-storage devices technologically feasible and increasingly cost-effective.The members thought that it was technically feasible and, under the right conditions, could benefit the region.The expansion of human civilization into space is feasible because of the availability of vast asteroidal and planetary resources.We agreed on a feasible plan and within a week we implemented it.Da Silva considered it feasible that uranium could be produced on an industrial scale.For a time it seems feasible to escape this task.Text is so efficient over the Internet that it is feasible to give away this kind of service.It is not feasible to have security cameras in every part of the building.economically/technically/politically etc feasibleBut experts say such a proposal would not be technically feasible.Conventional wisdom in the United States had it that this is not economically feasible.Many may argue that such a precise level of customer communication is not commercially viable or technically feasible.The members thought that it was technically feasible and, under the right conditions, could benefit the region.FLEXthe name of both the machine and its language-was not technically feasible at the time.There was no question that a tunnel was technically feasible, but 1 wanted to know what the economics would be.The determination of whether or not it will be economically feasible to make this purchase.The bottom line: Taking time now to plan is a wise investment toward a more enjoyable and economically feasible vacation.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfeasiblefea‧si‧ble /ˈfiːzəbəl/ adjective a plan, idea, or method that is feasible is possible and likely to workThat may be the only feasible way of solving the problem.feasible to do somethingPowerful computers have made it feasible to search through millions of records at great speed.
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