[ UK /ɹˈɛmədˌiəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being remedied or redressed
    not a crime but only a remediable blunder
    a remediable setback
    remediable problems
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How To Use remediable In A Sentence

  • Its a sort of irremediable layer of anti-US attitudes that come with the superpower territory and that we cannot do anything about.
  • There was nothing she so dreaded for him as that any one should take a light view of his act: should turn its irremediableness into an excuse. Sanctuary
  • C'est que me levant tous les jours a 8h00 je commence a etre fatigué a 10H00 et enfin apres avoir usé de toutes les techniques possibles pour me tenir eveillé je tombe irremediablement dans les bras de Morphee a 14h00 jusqu'a 19h00. pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • a remediable setback
  • No great changes were undertaken, but glasnost did its job in exposing disgraceful and often remediable situations.
  • It is therefore necessary to know whether a breach of covenant is remediable.
  • They are addressing a real concern, however clumsily, and are aware (even if they aren't aware) of what may be an irremediable weakness in electronic security.
  • The position is remediable only with clear thinking and co-ordinated action. Times, Sunday Times
  • The views of customers are sovereign but not every complaint is remediable. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the circumstances, it is necessary to assess whether the delay has caused irremediable prejudice to the defendant.
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