Translation of practicable in Spanish:


viable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpræktəkəb(ə)l//ˈpraktɪkəb(ə)l/


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    • A violent conquest would be followed by a prolonged period of martial law before the successful imposition of the English law became practicable.
    • But he was released on the basis that it was no longer possible to remove him as soon as reasonably practicable.
    • Many of his goals, such as making lone parent policies sensible and practicable, have already been well aired.
    • I think in a service of total review of resourcing it is neither practicable nor doable.
    • Again, as with maternity leave, he can change his mind but has to give 28 days notice (unless not reasonably practicable to do so).
    • Most encouragingly, everyone believes that improvement is possible and practicable.
    • It has now become so much harder for a Tory leader to persuade a dubious electorate that his policies are practicable and viable.
    • Computer networking and modern phone systems make this possible, if not practicable: hoteling was a disaster.
    • That is why it is a mistake to think of government as primarily concerned with collecting as much tax revenue as possible, practicable, or profitable.
    • Section 9 requires employers to eliminate hazards whenever it is reasonably practicable to do so.
    • It is neither practicable nor useful to provide a summary of all the reports undertaken by the CC and the conclusions reached in a book of this nature.
    • In cases where enforcement of an undertaking by an order for its performance is still possible and practicable, such an order will no doubt be made more or less as a matter of course.
    • They had to look at what is practicable and achievable.
    • Any future disclosure would be preceded by prior notification to the Claimant save in exceptional circumstances where this was not reasonably practicable.
    • The requirement is to make risks as low as is reasonably practicable.
    • So I must deploy all possible, practicable means to be covert.
    • This is a practicable possibility if the trial is in Ottawa but not if it is in London.
    • It would be irresponsible of the present Government not to ensure, as far as reasonably practicable, that British citizens are defended.
    • And I did consider it reasonably practicable for the works to be carried out: see paragraphs 24 and 86 of the judgment.
    • Judicial inquiry into what was reasonably practicable in the timing of publication would be a recipe for uncertainty in an area where all parties have a common interest in certainty.