measurable

[adj] - possible to be measured 2. [adj] - of distinguished importance
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Measurable

Meas'ur·a·ble adjective [ French mesurable , Latin mensurabilis . See Measure , and confer Mensurable .] 1. Capable of being measured; susceptible of mensuration or computation. 2. Moderate; temperate; not excessive. « Of his diet measurable
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measurable

mensurable adjective capable of being measured; `measurable depths`
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measurable

adjective of distinguished importance; `a measurable figure in literature`
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measurable

If (S, A) is a measurable space, elements of A are A-measurable. Contexts: math; measure theory; real analysis
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Measurable

• (a.) Capable of being measured; susceptible of mensuration or computation. • (a.) Moderate; temperate; not excessive.
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