Meaning of TESTABLE in English

TESTABLE

I. ˈtestəbəl adjective

Etymology: Latin testabilis, from testari to be a witness, make a will + -abilis -able

1. : qualified (as by being legally capable) to bear witness or make a will

2. : disposable by will

II. adjective

Etymology: test (II) + -able

: capable of being tested : confirmable

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