Definition of graspable in English:

graspable

adjective

  • See grasp

    • ‘What we need is obvious, graspable and deliverable.’
    • ‘The assumption is that things graspable by intellect alone belong to a realm above the material, corporeal world and hence are timeless.’
    • ‘For another thing, it robs you of the kind of moral focus that makes for more unambiguous, and thus easily graspable, art.’
    • ‘Just as a nuclear physicist can say words that have no meaning to me, an actor can use the words ‘rhythm’ or ‘intention’, and mean something very specific that is not easily graspable by those who haven't studied it.’
    • ‘Crime is measurable and graspable: You put your statistics up on big video screens each day and see exactly what is happening, everywhere.’

Pronunciation

graspable

/ˈɡrɑːspəb(ə)l/