remediable

remediable

[ri-mee-dee-uh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being remedied.

Origin:
1485–95; (< Middle French) < Latin remediābilis curable. See remedy, -able

remediableness, noun
remediably, adverb
nonremediable, adjective
nonremediably, adverb
unremediable, adjective

remediable, remedial.
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remedy (ˈrɛmɪdɪ)
 
n (usually foll by for or against) (usually foll by for or against) , pl -dies
1.  any drug or agent that cures a disease or controls its symptoms
2.  anything that serves to put a fault to rights, cure defects, improve conditions, etc: a remedy for industrial disputes
3.  the legally permitted variation from the standard weight or quality of coins; tolerance
 
vb
4.  to relieve or cure (a disease, illness, etc) by or as if by a remedy
5.  to put to rights (a fault, error, etc); correct
 
[C13: from Anglo-Norman remedie, from Latin remedium a cure, from remedērī to heal again, from re- + medērī to heal; see medical]
 
remediable
 
adj
 
re'mediably
 
adv
 
'remediless
 
adj

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