Meaning of retrievable in English:

retrievable

Pronunciation /rɪˈtriːvəb(ə)l/

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adjective

See retrieve

‘For information technology to be fully adopted, clinical notions that are often complex must be accurately and easily represented as coded concepts that are ‘user friendly’ and easily retrievable.’
  • ‘It holds that the mind can submerge the most traumatic memories in some walled-off place, where they remain unaltered and retrievable in exact detail by a triggering event or therapy.’
  • ‘Language that specifically describes nursing care on intraoperative records is required to provide retrievable, reliable information.’
  • ‘‘Young adults have a high density of stored and retrievable memorable events,’ she says.’
  • ‘These records must be retrievable and secure for extended periods of time.’