Meaning of acquirable in English:


Pronunciation /əˈkwʌɪərəb(ə)l/


See acquire

‘It's simply that these are the obvious, overt qualities or things that are, some think, acquirable.’
  • ‘That's my main motive in this thread, to make people realise ‘talent’ is acquirable - it's under your control.’
  • ‘‘Consumers may find digital TVs a little bit more acquirable after retail prices drop in line with the tax cut,’ Lee said.’
  • ‘However, not all open source materials are acquirable through subscription.’
  • ‘Expert knowledge is an acquirable resource.’