Definition of representable in English:

representable

adjective

  • See represent

    • ‘Existence is not dialectical, not representable.’
    • ‘These may be representable on a single vector or on a number of distinct vectors if the person has distinct and incommensurable satisfactions and enjoyments.’
    • ‘In 1941 he received the degree of Doctor of Science for a dissertation Structure of isomorphic representable infinite algebras and groups.’
    • ‘These images were perpetuating certain ideas about what is and is not representable in our culture.’
    • ‘It is a feature of the human mind to be able to represent events that will take place in the future, but death itself is not representable.’

Pronunciation

representable

/ˌrɛprɪˈzɛntəb(ə)l/