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Definition of identifiable adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



, NAmE//aɪˈdɛntəˌfaɪəbl//
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that can be recognized identifiable characteristics The house is easily identifiable by the large tree outside. opposite unidentifiable AWL Collocationsidentifyidentify verbresearcher, scholar, scientist, witness analysis, report, research, study, surveyPrior research identified high school GPA as a predictor of students' academic pattern, trend characteristic, element variable factor cause sourceChapter three identifies the patterns of growth over the past century.previously positively accurately, correctly easily, readily clearly incorrectly, mistakenlyThe present research focuses on three behavioral outcomes previously identified.identifiable adjectiveeasily, readily individually clearlyThe pineal gland is an easily identifiable point of reference in X-ray images of the brain.identification nounallow, enable, facilitate, permit preclude verifyThis method facilitates the identification of a large number of herbs.accurate, correct, precise positive false, mistaken eyewitnessThe more extensive analysis needed for precise identification is beyond the scope of this study.identity nouncultural, ethnic, gender, national, racial, regional collective individual, personal mistakenA weakening of national identity may well make regional ones stronger.a sense of ~Children often derive a sense of identity from their hometown.identified adjectiveneed problem factor issue cause hazard, risk geneThis survey was designed to determine the level of importance of each of the identified issues.clearly, easily newly recentlyThe newly identified chemical structures were recently named in a patent application.identifying adjectivecharacteristic, feature, markThe sawfish's most distinctive identifying feature is a broad snout with razor-sharp teeth.
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