capable of being separated, parted, or dissociated.
containing a countable dense subset.
(of a differential equation) capable of being written so that coefficients of the differentials of the independent and dependent variables are, respectively, functions of these variables alone. Compare separation of variables.
Origin: 1350–1400;Middle English (< Middle French) < Latinsēparābilis, equivalent to sēparā(re) to separate + -bilis-ble