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Synonyms for translatable

capable of being put into another form or style or language

capable of being changed in substance as if by alchemy

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The works in the biennial thus oscillate between proposing and clotying that sounds communicate and that music (or culture) is translatable; which is to say that some artists imagine that sounds crystallize precisely into forms, and others allow that songs are translatable into other media or languages, but only at a cost.
Her designs are successful because her vision of what women would like to wear all hours of the day is actually translatable to real life women.
Of particular importance, even when results from randomized controlled trials support the beneficial effects of a particular probiotic for a specific indication, the benefits achieved by the probiotic are generally not translatable to other probiotic formulations.
If we understand which genes are different or are expressed differently in naked mole rats - compared to short-lived mice that clearly have poor defenses against aging and cancer - we might find clues as to why the naked mole rat is able to extend both health span and longevity, as well as fight cancer, and this information could be directly relevant and translatable to humans," Rochelle Buffenstein, co-worker of the study, said.
That's probably how we ended up here in this extravaganza of shops, this oasis, as a poem born on the tip of another's tongue, as perfectly translatable synonyms for that word: "exile.
It only touches lightly on office-based anaesthesia practice but the lessons learnt in radiology are translatable to other sites.
College-level collections strong in art therapy psychology will welcome The Art Therapists' Primer, sharing the author's 29 years of experience as she and her colleague link art therapy processes with medical terminology, offering a primer on everything from producing art therapy assessments and sessions to making translatable documentation to dovetail with medical models.
The genius of Christianity is that it is both culturally and theologically translatable, meaning that "kerygmatic essentials of the Christian faith [can] be discovered and restated within an infinite number of new global contexts" (p.
Kristallnacht, literally translatable as 'crystal night', was the night when Nazi thugs, led by the SA, went on an anti-Jewish rampage that lasted twenty-four hours.
In particular I shall set out a language of first-order predicate tense logic with a now predicate, and a first order (extensional) language with an abstraction operator, in such a way that each language can be shewn to be exactly translatable into the other.
Using extensive examples set in Oracle and Java (but easily translatable by other languages including C#, C++ or VB.
Finally, frequent use of Vanguard's logo helps integrate varied and complex concepts into an easily translatable message.
Some features of the upgrade include outcards supported with pick sequences, fully translatable buttons, tracking of account and price changes, and a function access feature to control unlimited work order edits.
John Palermo, who along with Jackman, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will produce the movie, said: "We've been combing material for a great idea that is translatable to a musical.
Finally, academic EOM physician/scientists are directing or collaborating in multidisciplinary research that capitalizes on both clinical knowledge in individuals and epidemioiogic information from populations and results in new knowledge of clinically translatable value.