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Able to be brought about or reached successfully.‘it was an ambitious goal, but it seemed achievable’‘he broke the climb into small, achievable stages’
- ‘It has been shown to inhibit proliferation of breast cancer cells at concentrations achievable through oral supplementation.’
- ‘Regulations set achievable levels of drinking water quality to protect health.’
- ‘In the current climate, we need to focus attention on achievable yet significant tax reforms.’
- ‘He makes such harmony feel achievable, a matter of balancing strength against humility.’
- ‘Here's something you can do to help you understand how to turn your wishes into achievable goals.’
- ‘The key is to make small, achievable changes.’
- ‘Admittedly a difficult task, advancements in materials technology make it increasingly more achievable.’
- ‘Public money was wasted on schemes that were neither necessary nor achievable.’
- ‘Reaching achievable goals allows you to set new ones.’
- ‘Make sure each step is challenging but achievable, and that you have a complete plan of action.’
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