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  • 1 viable

    viable

    English-Spanish medical dictionary

  • 2 viable

    viable

    Investor's Forget-me-Nots Dictionary

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    viable adjetivo ‹proyecto/planviable, feasible; ‹bebéviable
    viable adjetivo viable 'viable' also found in these entries: English: feasible - impractical - viable - proposition
    viable
    tr['vaɪəbəl]
    adjective
    1 viable, factible
    viable ['vaɪəbəl] adj
    : viable
    viable
    adj.
    viable adj.
    'vaɪəbəl
    adjective viable
    ['vaɪǝbl]
    ADJ viable
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    ['vaɪəbəl]
    adjective viable

    English-spanish dictionary

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    viable [{{t}}'vaɪəbəl]
    adjective
    (a) {{}}Economics{{}} (company, economy, state) viable
    (b) (practicable → plan, programme) viable, qui a des chances de réussir;
    there is no viable alternative il n'y a pas d'autre solution viable;
    it's not a viable proposition cette proposition n'est pas viable
    (c) {{}}Medicine{{}} & {{}}Botany{{}} viable

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  • 5 viable

    ['vaɪəbl]
    aggettivo
    1) (feasible) [company, government, farm] vitale, produttivo; [project, idea, plan] fattibile
    2) biol. zool. med. vitale
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    viable /ˈvaɪəbl/
    a.
    1 (biol., med.) vitale: viable seeds, semi vitali; viable foetus, feto vitale
    2 (per estens.) fattibile; praticabile: a viable option [project, solution], un'opzione [un progetto, una soluzione] fattibile; a viable alternative to nuclear power, un'alternativa praticabile all'energia nucleare; a viable hypothesis, un'ipotesi valida
    3 (econ.) autosufficiente (d'uno Stato, ecc.); vitale
    4 (fin.) solvibile
    FALSI AMICI: viable non significa viabile viability
    n. [u]
    1 vitalità (di un feto, ecc.)
    2 (per estens.) fattibilità; praticabilità
    3 (econ.) autosufficienza (d'uno Stato, ecc.); vitalità
    4 (fin.) solvibilità; capacità di far fronte agli impegni internazionali
    FALSI AMICI: viability non significa viabilità.
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    ['vaɪəbl]
    aggettivo
    1) (feasible) [company, government, farm] vitale, produttivo; [project, idea, plan] fattibile
    2) biol. zool. med. vitale

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 6 viable

    adjective
    1) (capable of maintaining life) lebensfähig
    2) (fig.) lebensfähig [Staat, Firma]; (feasible) realisierbar
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    vi·able
    [ˈvaɪəbl̩]
    adj
    1. (successful) existenzfähig; of a company rentabel
    not commercially \viable nicht rentabel
    2. (feasible) machbar, durchführbar, realisierbar
    \viable alternative durchführbare Alternative
    3. BIOL (able to sustain life) lebensfähig; (able to reproduce) zeugungsfähig
    * * *
    ['vaɪəbl]
    adj
    1) plant, foetus lebensfähig
    2) company rentabel; economy lebensfähig; suggestion, proposition brauchbar; plan, project machbar; alternative, solution gangbar; option realisierbar

    in order to secure a viable future for the car industry — um der Autoindustrie eine Überlebenschance zu geben

    the company is not economically viable —

    is this newly created state viable? — ist dieser neu entstandene Staat lebens- or existenzfähig?

    a viable form of government — eine funktionsfähige Regierungsform

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    viable adj (adv viably)
    1. lebensfähig
    2. realisierbar, durchführbar
    * * *
    adjective
    1) (capable of maintaining life) lebensfähig
    2) (fig.) lebensfähig [Staat, Firma]; (feasible) realisierbar
    * * *
    adj.
    funktionsfähig adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 7 viable

    viable [ˈvaɪəbl]
    adjective
    viable
    • it's not a viable proposition ce n'est pas une proposition viable
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    ['vaɪəbl]
    adjective
    1) (feasible) [company, government, farm] viable; [project, idea, plan] réalisable, valable
    2) Biology, Zoology, Medicine viable

    English-French dictionary

  • 8 viable

    1. a жизнеспособный

    viable child — жизнеспособный ребёнок

    politically viable — жизнеспособный в конкретных условиях

    viable economy — жизнеспособная экономика

    2. a практически осуществимый

    viable agreement — жизнеспособное соглашение

    viable option — практически осуществимый вариант

    3. a с. -х. всхожий
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. alive (adj.) alive; living; vital
    2. conceivable (adj.) conceivable; doable; feasible; imaginable; likely; possible; potential; practicable; practical; thinkable; workable

    English-Russian base dictionary

  • 9 viable

    жизнеспособный

    viable grain — жизнеспособное зерно

    viable child — жизнеспособный ребёнок

    viable economy — жизнеспособная экономика

    viable agreement — жизнеспособное соглашение

    politically viable — жизнеспособный в конкретных условиях

    English-Russian big medical dictionary

  • 10 viable

    [ˈvaɪəbl]
    viable жизнеспособный viable жизнеспособный; стимулирующий эффективную жизнедеятельность (напр. об условиях для развития национальной экономики) viable жизнеспособный viable жизнестойкий viable стимулирующий эффективную жизнедеятельность

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 11 viable

    adj
    1) життєздатний, життєвий

    viable state — життєздатна держава

    2) с.г. схожий (про насіння)
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    a
    1) життєздатний; viable chіld життєздатна дитина; viable state життєздатна держава
    2) практично здійсненний; viable agreement життєздатна угода
    3) с.-г. схожий (про насіння)

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 12 viable

    viable adj
    1 (feasible) [company, government, farm] viable ; [project, idea, plan] réalisable, valable ; politically viable réalisable or valable sur le plan politique ;
    2 Biol, Zool, Med [foetus, egg, plant] viable.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 13 viable

    жизнеспособный

    [lang name="English"]viable child — жизнеспособный ребёнок

    [lang name="English"]viable economy — жизнеспособная экономика

    [lang name="English"]viable agreement — жизнеспособное соглашение

    [lang name="English"]politically viable — жизнеспособный в конкретных условиях

    English-Russian dictionary on nuclear energy

  • 14 viable

    [ʹvaıəb(ə)l] a
    1. жизнеспособный

    viable child [foetus] - жизнеспособный ребёнок [зародыш]

    viable state - жизнеспособное государство

    2. практически осуществимый

    viable agreement - жизнеспособное соглашение

    3. с.-х. всхожий (о семенах)

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  • 15 viable

    a
    1) життєздатний; viable chіld життєздатна дитина; viable state життєздатна держава
    2) практично здійсненний; viable agreement життєздатна угода
    3) с.-г. схожий (про насіння)

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 16 viable

    жизнеспособный
    - politically viable
    - technically viable

    English-Russian dictionary of computer science and programming

  • 17 viable

    adjective
    viable;
    it's not a viable proposition cette proposition n'est pas viable

    English-French business dictionary

  • 18 viable

    жизнеспособный имя прилагательное:
    жизнеспособный (viable, vital, healthy, of great vitality, virulent)
    жизнедеятельный (viable, lively)
    всхожий (fertile, viable)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 19 viable

    [`vaɪəb(ə)l] прил.
    1. жизнеспособный

    even brigands can make a viable agreement provided it embodies a common purpose — New Republic

    a 7-month viable fetus

    2. практически осуществимый
    3. годный (для какой-либо цели)
    4. с.-х. всхожий (о семенах)

    Англо-русский универсальный дополнительный практический переводческий словарь И. Мостицкого

  • 20 viable

    a
    жизнеспособный
    - economically viable

    Politics english-russian dictionary

См. также в других словарях:

  • viable — [ vjabl ] adj. • 1537; de vie 1 ♦ Apte à vivre (⇒ 2. viabilité). Après le 180e jour de la grossesse, l enfant est légalement reconnu viable. Hybrides viables mais inféconds. 2 ♦ Qui présente les conditions nécessaires pour durer, se développer. ⇒ …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • viable — vi‧a‧ble [ˈvaɪəbl] adjective 1. a viable plan, system, suggestion etc is realistic and therefore may succeed: • We had two months to come up with a viable proposal for saving the factory. • If investors find that approach viable, there are no… …   Financial and business terms

  • viable — [vī′ə bəl] adj. [Fr, likely to live < vie, life < L vita: see VITAL] 1. able to live; specif., a) having developed sufficiently within the uterus to be able to live and continue normal development outside the uterus [a premature but viable… …   English World dictionary

  • viable — adj. embriol. Dícese del feto recién nacido que dado su grado de desarrollo, es capaz de vivir fuera del útero. Medical Dictionary. 2011. viable …   Diccionario médico

  • Viable — Vi a*ble, a. [F., from vie life, L. vita. See {Vital}.] (Law) Capable of living; born alive and with such form and development of organs as to be capable of living; said of a newborn, or a prematurely born, infant. [1913 Webster] Note: Unless he… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • viable — I adjective acceptable, actable, alive, appropriate, apt, capable of development, capable of growth, conceivable, doable, effective, effectual, efficacious, encouraging, expedient, favorable, feasible, functional, imaginable, legitimate, likely,… …   Law dictionary

  • viable — (adj.) 1828, from Fr. viable capable of life (1530s), from vie life (from L. vita life; see VITAL (Cf. vital)) + ABLE (Cf. able). Originally of newborn infants; generalized sense is first recorded 1848 …   Etymology dictionary

  • viable — is a 19c loanword from French, and was first used to describe a fetus or newborn child that was capable of maintaining life. Metaphorical uses developed in the 19c, but it was not until the 1940s that it became a vogue word applied to a whole… …   Modern English usage

  • viable — [adj] reasonable, practicable applicable, doable, feasible, operable, possible, usable, within possibility, workable; concepts 552,560 Ant. impossible, unachievable, unpractical, unreasonable …   New thesaurus

  • viable — ► ADJECTIVE 1) capable of working successfully; feasible. 2) Biology (of a plant, animal, or cell) capable of surviving or living successfully. DERIVATIVES viability noun viably adverb. ORIGIN French, from vie life …   English terms dictionary

  • viable — 01. Wind generated power is not yet financially [viable] on a large scale in this country. 02. Grains of wheat discovered in the great pyramids of Egypt were found to still be [viable] thousands of years after they were placed there. 03. The… …   Grammatical examples in English

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