Definition of examinable in English:

examinable

Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzamɪnəb(ə)l//ɛɡˈzamɪnəb(ə)l/

adjective

  • See examine

    • ‘The British Esperanto Association struggled for many years to have it examinable for the Certificate of Secondary Education, and finally for the General Certificate in Secondary Education.’
    • ‘Instead, it reflected judicial support for Revenue practices that rested on detailed sequences of regulated calculation that could be documented in written and examinable forms.’
    • ‘‘I would like to challenge this workshop to address questions such as whether PE as a subject should be examinable either as part of continuous assessment or must be written as an examination alongside other subjects,’ the President said.’
    • ‘Manning, in congratulating Adrianna, said the teenager's achievement puts into perspective what her ministry is doing in terms of making visual and performing arts compulsory and examinable at CXC.’
    • ‘Canadia organizations and individuals should demand new legislation to create an independent, responsible, and publicly examinable RCMP Public Complaints Commission.’
    • ‘Beyond the formality of an examinable certificate and diploma course there are a variety of well-established and highly regarded wine courses around the country.’
    • ‘As a course, however, it was certainly wide-ranging, and the fact that the contents of the aforementioned textbook were examinable meant that we could have been in for a rough time.’
    • ‘The key to this is to introduce ‘Parenting’ as an examinable subject (not as a by-the-way appendage to Life Orientation) at high school.’
    • ‘We were told that Indigenous people had no rights to land and the topic wasn't examinable, so nobody read it.’
    • ‘If Marketing the Scottish Tourist Product is to be abolished as an examinable subject, far from shedding tears I shall give a cheer, since it shows that the grisly standards demolition mob is not quite winning.’
    • ‘Reading ahead, J.H. might have noticed that I wrote, ‘… it [religion] offers no examinable evidence, as the other supernatural beliefs actually do.’’
    • ‘‘Every pupil is expected to take a minimum of seven examinable subjects and two non-examinable subjects,’ says school principal Nelson Chifuka.’
    • ‘The Revenue designed and distributed return forms to elicit written, examinable, and standardized knowledge of taxpayers.’
    • ‘Of course since it is an open source project, the black box is openable, examinable and changeable for those with the will and the skill to investigate.’
    • ‘Not least the solicitor being an officer who was examinable.’
    • ‘Therefore the miracle of the last and final Messenger should also be everlasting, examinable and verifiable by people of all ages, after its revelation.’
    • ‘But if one takes all of these complaints, it does seem to lift it into an examinable class.’
    • ‘Life-long learning is not examinable or compartmentalised into semester-length units.’
    • ‘But by the same standards, we must maintain that since such an event is not examinable as it occurs, we are not required to accept it, either.’
    • ‘It should also be examinable and so it would not just be seen as an optional extra.’

Pronunciation

examinable

/ɪɡˈzamɪnəb(ə)l//ɛɡˈzamɪnəb(ə)l/