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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishusableus‧a‧ble /ˈjuːzəbəl/ adjective  USE somethingsomething that is usable can be used The computer language involved was readily usable. usable information
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usableI know the bicycle's old, but it's still usable.The pickups could be fuller-sounding, but they're certainly usable as they are.Investigators have said the crime scene outside Scuttons' computer store produced little usable evidence.Cutability refers to the amount of usable meat in a carcass.The refinery turns crude oil into usable products such as gas and tar.This includes usable samples of the various macro commands.The program has some nice features that make it more usable than most.Many of the simpler commercial software simulations will be usable with this age group.
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