Definition of factible in English:

factible

adjective

rare
  • That can be made, done, or put into action; practicable, feasible.

Origin

Mid 16th century (in an earlier sense). Originally (i) from post-classical Latin factibilis that can be made or done, feasible from classical Latin fact-, past participial stem of facere to make, do + -ibilis.

Pronunciation

factible

/ˈfaktəbl/