Meaning of derivable in English:

derivable

Pronunciation /dɪˈrʌɪvəb(ə)l/

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adjective

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‘Behavior modification refers only to that body of procedures and conceptual systems derivable from experimental psychology or experimental learning theory.’
  • ‘The advance in the book is not noticeable until close to the end, but it's derivable from the title.’
  • ‘But besides these pleasures there is that love of beauty and delight in it derivable from assuming graceful attitudes and performing graceful movements and also in seeing such in others.’
  • ‘From such basic measurements, and by extrapolation to mixtures of different ingredients, the ‘calorie count’ can be applied as a measure of the energy derivable from a food source.’
  • ‘These rates are derivable from the original study reports.’