[ US /əˈtʃivəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɐt‍ʃˈiːvəbə‍l/ ]
  1. capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do
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How To Use achievable In A Sentence

  • The second is to realise when the goal is unattainable and turn the envy towards an achievable outcome. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet breaking the endless cycle of global poverty that powers these wars is achievable, Mr Annan says.
  • Having small, achievable goals creates a positive feedback loop that nurtures your resolve.
  • Imagine the most perfect creamy, round flavor achievable from a glass of milk and then intensify it beyond any dairy-like thing you've know before. Score: Tied
  • Understanding these rare molecules will help chemists to find out what is achievable.
  • By the same token, certain ingredients used in combination capture benefits not achievable when used alone.
  • To say that they should have traded that security for the chance of having a larger majority I don't think even Skelton is claiming a veto-proof majority was achievable is short-sighted. Archive 2006-08-01
  • This strategy is grounded in a clear and achievable goal shared by the Iraqi people and the American people: an Iraq that is sovereign, stable, and self-reliant.
  • With global recovery efforts well advanced, museum officials say that reassembling the museum collection will be a long but achievable task.
  • In order to be worthwhile, your objectives must be Smart - simple, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely.
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