[ UK /tˈiːt‍ʃəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈtitʃəbəɫ/ ]
  1. ready and willing to be taught
    docile pupils eager for instruction
    teachable youngsters
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How To Use teachable In A Sentence

  • Anger, passion, energy, sex, they were the same, integral, unteachable, the difference between a good player and a great one. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE
  • Unlike him, however, he does not give up on teaching the unteachable.
  • Most of Terry's time was spent teaching a modular apologetics course to 10 teachable students at Fairview Baptist Bible College, west of Montego Bay.
  • Or is it not teachable, but to be acquired by practice (training)?
  • If this is the case, it is very hard to argue that Calvin was not a member of the evangelical party when he wrote the Psychopannychia, as it contains numerous references, cited by Tavard, of the importance of being teachable.
  • What are the one thousand teachable things that every third grader ought to start learning so she'll know them all before before she graduates from high school?
  • They are extremely teachable: you will not believe how quickly they are able to begin speaking a new language and adapt themselves to the new circumstances.
  • In March he wrote in the Times Literary Supplement how deplorable it is that, though ‘thoroughly demolished in the real world, his views, or the ghosts of such views, still haunt an unteachable intelligentsia’.
  • About that pay freeze: the president likes to talk about "teachable moments." Well, in this case he seems eager to teach Americans something false.
  • Is spiking the ball and getting out of bounds an unteachable skill?
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