get-at-able

get-at-able
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  • get-at-able — meaning ‘accessible, attainable’, is recorded from the late 18c, and is now more common than the older form come at able …   Modern English usage

  • get-at-able — adj. getatable, come at able,capable of being attained, able of being reached …   English contemporary dictionary

  • get-at-able — /gɛt ˈæt əbəl/ (say get at uhbuhl) adjective Colloquial that may be reached or attained; accessible …  

  • get-at-able — adjective informal accessible …   English new terms dictionary

  • get-at-able — adj. colloq. accessible …   Useful english dictionary

  • un-get-at-able — adjective difficult to reach or attain • Syn: ↑un come at able, ↑ungetatable • Similar to: ↑inaccessible, ↑unaccessible • Usage Domain: ↑colloquialism …   Useful english dictionary

  • able — ab·sorb·able; ac·count·able; ac·tion·able; adapt·able; ad·vance·able; ad·vis·able·ness; al·lege·able; al·ter·able; ami·able·ness; bounce·able; brib·able; bridge·able; buff·able; build·able; burn·able; can·cel·able; change·able; change·able·ness;… …   English syllables

  • get — al·get·ic; an·al·get·ic; apol·o·get·i·cal; apol·o·get·ics; get; be·get; be·get·tal; be·get·ter; bou·get; brag·get; bud·get·ary; cyn·e·get·ic; cyn·e·get·ics; drug·get; en·er·get·ic; en·er·get·i·cal; en·er·get·i·cist; ex·e·get·ic; ex·e·get·ics;… …   English syllables

  • -able — suffix forming adjectives meaning: 1 that may or must be (eatable; forgiveable; payable). 2 that can be made the subject of (dutiable; objectionable). 3 that is relevant to or in accordance with (fashionable; seasonable). 4 (with active sense, in …   Useful english dictionary

  • -able — a suffix used to form adjectives, especially from verbs, to denote ability, liability, tendency, worthiness, or likelihood, as in teachable, perishable, obtainable, but also attached to other parts of speech (especially nouns) as in objectionable …  

  • get — /get/ verb past tense got, past participle got especially BrE gotten especially AmE present participle getting RECEIVE/OBTAIN 1 RECEIVE (transitive not in passive) to be given or receive something: Sharon always seems to get loads of mail. | Why… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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