Definition of inferable in English:



(also inferrable)

See infer

‘A link does not itself constitute a specifically inferable opinion on what is being linked to.’
  • ‘As larger numbers of DNA locations are deciphered more characteristics will be inferrable from DNA sequences.’
  • ‘Whatever causality is, causal relations should be inferrable in everyday common sense settings.’
  • ‘How these two films conclude reveals much about the stresses (and inferable hopes) peculiar to their respective societies.’
  • ‘A and F designators have been omitted; they are inferable in all cases.’



/inˈfərəb(ə)l/ /ɪnˈfərəb(ə)l/