Definition of deducible in US English:

deducible

adjective

  • See deduce

    • ‘No written texts on healing in this tradition exist, but scholars say that guidelines for healing are deducible from the Kabbalah.’
    • ‘What this implies is that cognitive science must yield explanations of mind and culture that are deducible from antecedent conditions that cannot possibly be physical, neurophysiological, or mechanical events.’
    • ‘However, it is true that if a sentence is deducible in a correct deductive system from others, then the sentence is a deductive consequence of them.’
    • ‘Things do not need to be symmetrical or deducible from first principles.’
    • ‘If it's not taught in the Bible, or logically deducible from propositions in the Bible, we don't have to believe it.’

Pronunciation

deducible

/dəˈd(j)usəb(ə)l//dəˈd(y)o͞osəb(ə)l/