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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrepeatablere‧peat‧a‧ble /rɪˈpiːtəbəl/ adjective [not usually before noun]  1 not repeatable2 able to be repeated I hope these results are repeatable.
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repeatableA software crash generally happens when you try to do something in the same way - i.e. the crash is repeatable.The activity and the catches were outstanding, if never repeatable.The verb is spontaneous, fluid and not repeatable; the adjective is calculated, static and repeatable.Your weight should transfer from the right to the left side, resulting ideally in a controlled repeatable action.This phenomenon precipitates an interesting question: is the effect repeatable by a computer?They are repeatable psychological events in the sense that a child repeatedly classifies stimuli in a consistent manner.Instead of repeatable results, outcomes are merely probabilistic.
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