Definition of abatable in English:

abatable

adjective

Law
  • That may be abated; liable to be abated.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Acts of Parliament of Scotland. Either from Anglo-Norman abatable, abatabill abatable, subject to being overthrown from abatre + -able, or directly from abate + -able.

Pronunciation:

abatable

/əˈbeɪtəbl/