Translation of operable in Spanish:


operable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɒp(ə)rəb(ə)l//ˈɑp(ə)rəb(ə)l/


  • 1

  • 2

    (strategy/plan) factible
    • At the time of the slip, Hubble was expected to continue to remain operable until 2006 or early 2007, at which time a failure of either the telescope's batteries or gyroscopes will render it inoperable.
    • Over the coming year, the Patton Museum staff and volunteers will begin the careful process of research, documentation, and eventual restoration of both pieces to fully operable condition.
    • Only if we act together to complete the construction of the EU into a fully operable entity can the European nations expect to maintain influence in the world.
    • Restoring the locomotive's exterior would cost up to $374,000, and restoring it inside and outside to operable condition would cost up to $1.17 million, Withuhn said.
    • 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.
    • Once DNA sequencing devices become operable by an unskilled individual anyone will be able to find out their own DNA sequence.
    • Instead, the feckless British Parliament is off on an 80-day holiday and the new laws will have to wait until spring 2006 before they become operable.
    • 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.
    • After substantial repairs, including deployment of the parasol-type sunshade, which cooled the inside temperatures, the workshop was declared fully operable.
    • The right of recall will only be allowed and can only be operable in context of a different political culture and a completely different system of human relationships.
    • If you're selling an electronic gadget, the unit on display must be operable.
    • He said that only 75 percent of the existing 800 water hydrants located near high-rises and other public facilities were operable.
    • 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.
    • Up to eight devices can be connected to a computer, and everything will be operable through the mouse, says Chezhian.
    • Whatever else he does, therefore, the Chancellor must be mindful that any new schemes he introduces this week aimed, with good intentions, at helping to stimulate the economy have to be operable.
    • 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.
    • With keys often left in vehicles, access to keys often unregulated, and manufacturers' keys sometimes operable on more than one unit, thieves often are able to simply drive equipment off a work site.
    • Just like other tools, guns need regular maintenance to remain operable.
    • Iowa State's 150-ton teaching reactor, first operable in November 1959, was one of the first teaching reactors operated by a U.S. university.
    • Account holders need to be more efficient in sorting their emails and ensure there is enough operable space.