Definition of rectifiable in English:


Pronunciation /rɛktɪˈfʌɪəb(ə)l//ˈrɛktɪfʌɪəb(ə)l/


  • See rectify

    • ‘A surprising number of somewhat crucial points came up at this stage, but fortunately all of them are rectifiable, so that's OK.’
    • ‘One can only assume this is rectifiable solely through writing to the authors and asking them sweetly for their missing signatures (you may need to send return postage).’
    • ‘The dramatic changes I experienced after just a few lessons were because some of my problems were caused or exacerbated by quite easily rectifiable postural faults.’
    • ‘And it doesn't seem like an easily rectifiable imbalance.’
    • ‘The most common complication is under or over correction rectifiable after 6 months.’