reparably

reparable

[rep-er-uh-buhl or, often, ri-pair-]
adjective
capable of being repaired or remedied.

Origin:
1560–70; < Latin reparābilis. See repair1, -able

reparably, adverb
nonreparable, adjective

reparable, repairable.
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reparable (ˈrɛpərəbəl, ˈrɛprə-)
 
adj
able to be repaired, recovered, or remedied: a reparable loss
 
[C16: from Latin reparābilis, from reparāre to repair1]
 
repara'bility
 
n
 
'reparably
 
adv

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reparable
1570, from M.Fr. reparable (16c.), from L. reparabilis "able to be restored," from reparare "restore" (see repair (1)).
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