Adjective(1) capable of being treated by surgical operation(2) fit or ready for use or service(3) usable for a specific purpose
(1) Just like other tools, guns need regular maintenance to remain operable .(2) Fortunately both were operable , but the frequency of such illnesses is much higher in survivors of the A-bomb.(3) On the 6th week, he had a check-up and the doctor said it was unbelievable, but the cancer had shrunken, and was now operable , and that they would take out one lung.(4) But the challenge ahead lies in making the decree operable , so that it complements other regulations and is adopted by the regions, thus assisting in eliminating victim stigmatization and discrimination in the workplace.(5) Five per cent were of the 15-20 age group, ten per cent of 20-25 year-olds had no clue and believed it was not operable until 2005.(6) At 77, he learned he had operable cancer, but opted instead to take his own life after leaving a videotaped testimonial as to why he did so.(7) The report also stated the system of voluntary coordination appears to be operable and we would make a preliminary recommendation that it continue in place for the next four years.(8) An alternative staging workup strategy might be to evaluate potentially operable patients with suspected or proven lung cancer by a single highly specific test to identify those with contralateral mediastinal tumor spread.(9) After his sixth course of chemotherapy on Monday doctors at Pendlebury will discover whether the tumour on his spine is operable and if he will be able to walk again.(10) But first, the doctors issued a statement today that his two cancerous spots have not spread and are operable .(11) Between a quarter and a third of women diagnosed with operable breast cancer will have a recurrence of their disease within five years of it being diagnosed.(12) Up to eight devices can be connected to a computer, and everything will be operable through the mouse, says Chezhian.(13) Tell us about the brain tumours, because at least colon cancer is usually operable and if you get it early enough it's curable.(14) They received follow-up data from the Greater Glasgow Health Board Audit of operable breast cancers.(15) In Brentwood's City Hall, offices are massed around a spacious skylit central atrium, ensuring that most workers have access to daylight and views from the building's operable full-length windows.(16) If you're selling an electronic gadget, the unit on display must be operable .
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