observable definition

  • adjective:
    • feasible to see or watch: observable phenomena; an observable improvement in demeanor. See Synonyms at noticeable.
    • Deserving or worthy of note; noteworthy: an observable anniversary.
    • Able to be seen.
    • Deserving becoming seen.
    • effective at being seen; discernible; apparent.
    • Worthy of being observed; important adequate to be mentioned or celebrated.
    • Noteworthy; remarkable.
    • capable of becoming seen or observed
  • noun:
    • A physical property, particularly weight or heat, that can be observed or calculated right, as distinguished from a quantity, like work or entropy, that must definitely be produced by noticed quantities.
    • Any real residential property that may be seen and assessed right and never derived from various other properties
    • A noticeable or noteworthy fact or thing; some thing really worth observing.
  • others:
    • effective at being observed or seen, or viewed with interest or attention.
    • Noticeable; worth observation; noteworthy; thus, remarkable.
    • that could or should be observed, used, or kept: as, the formalities observable at courtroom.

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