Definition of replicable in English:

replicable

adjective

  • See replicate

    • ‘It's not replicable anywhere else but in a museum.’
    • ‘We can, and do, demand that scientific results be replicable; we can't demand a rerun of a miracle.’
    • ‘The rationale behind testing is the standardisation of education, the production of predictable and replicable outcomes in the classroom.’
    • ‘We cannot make a policy of ignoring consistently replicable results solely on the ground that they threaten some favourite views.’
    • ‘The fund, established as a nonprofit in 1990, works to develop sustainable growth in emerging markets by capitalizing smaller, private-sector businesses that can serve as replicable models for local entrepreneurs and investors.’

Pronunciation

replicable

/ˈrɛplɪkəb(ə)l/