In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of a plan, suggestion)viabilidad femininethe feasibility of-ing — la factibilidad / posiblidad de + inf
- However, the proposal was met with criticisms about technical feasibility and the issue of privacy.
- Some residents even wrote to the mayor directly about their disagreement and doubt of its feasibility.
- So does that mean that climate engineering is beyond the realm of political feasibility?
- A decent bus service is the least local citizens should expect, and this should not depend on commercial feasibility.
- A working party has been set up by the association to examine feasibility.
- As with community policing, the question marks are over not the desirability of the approach but its feasibility.
- The basic feasibility of this has already been demonstrated in animals.
- Few would dispute the intent behind such an offer, but what matters is its feasibility.
- The feasibility of an afternoon delivery slot is also being examined.
- The court must address the practical feasibility of such a judicially imposed arrangement.
- The economic and engineering feasibility of these projects is yet to be determined.
- Lee's suggestion triggered a lot of controversy, including questions about its feasibility.
- The plans are judged on various criteria, including feasibility, originality and finance.
- This is not the first trial to be discontinued for reasons unrelated to efficacy, safety, or feasibility.
- We reviewed several scenarios to determine the merit and feasibility of our plan.
- So the economic feasibility is negligible and the political benefit is likewise close to zero.
- Mr Velu said two Japanese companies have been commissioned to study the projects' feasibility.
- The council is investigating a small number of sites to determine their feasibility for wind generation.
- He has appointed a commission to investigate its feasibility.
- It could, for instance, contribute to the cost of evaluating the project's feasibility.
2criticized(of a story, excuse)verosimilitud feminine
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