Meaning of isolable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈʌɪsələb(ə)l/


See isolate

‘Debates over what is patentable typically revolve around questions of isolable genes and gene sequences.’
  • ‘I would argue that ‘the Christian tradition’ is not so easily identifiable and isolable as an unchanging measure against which any position can be declared ‘orthodox’ or ‘heretical.’’
  • ‘So, the result may be that psychological scientists become very concerned with short-term results that preferably can be packaged as multiple isolable bits that can be sent to different journals.’
  • ‘Kata are the isolable elements by which an art form may be taught through observation, imitation, and repetition.’
  • ‘Calves are easy to shock, because they're so isolable, but you have to train them smart.’