Definition of manageable in English:

manageable

adjective

  • Able to be managed, controlled, or accomplished without great difficulty.

    ‘it leaves hair feeling soft and manageable’
    ‘the situation was manageable, if a little nerve-racking’
    • ‘You might sit there for 54 weeks watching what was a manageable problem getting really out of hand.’
    • ‘This is the kind of house to suit a person with a pony or a keen interest in gardening and the land is quite manageable.’
    • ‘It seems a manageable challenge as long as I only look at one small element at a time.’
    • ‘And as of today I have had my hair shorn down to a more manageable length again.’
    • ‘For larger bombs the group cuts it into manageable sections so it can be removed and dealt with.’
    • ‘The great thing about this scheme is that it breaks the total sum down into manageable chunks.’
    • ‘The attendance at Gleneagles will be limited to a more manageable number.’
    • ‘He's doing awfully well with it, and settling down to a manageable pace.’
    • ‘Implementing a sensible and manageable policy would be a good first step.’
    • ‘By then the mortgage on the house she owns in Whitby will not be paid off but will be reduced to a manageable size.’
    • ‘A seven point gap had suddenly been opened and another seven seemed very manageable.’
    • ‘This keeps your work to a manageable size and eliminates the need for expert tools and skills.’
    • ‘But the true costs of holding the tournament are more manageable than is commonly feared.’
    • ‘The overall length of the quill can now be cut down to a manageable size.’
    • ‘In order to keep things manageable, I decided to choose just two from each continent.’
    • ‘Thankfully, pre-exam jitters are manageable by taking a few practical steps.’
    • ‘They feel it reduces air pollution, saves trees and makes traffic more manageable.’
    • ‘Being able to discuss your fears with another adult may make them seem more manageable.’
    • ‘While each issue and error in itself would have been manageable, the combination of so many caused the failure.’
    • ‘It says consumers should keep a very close eye on their finances to make sure the amount they borrow remains manageable.’
    achievable, doable, practicable, possible, feasible, reasonable, attainable, viable
    controllable, compliant, tractable, pliant, pliable, malleable, biddable, docile, amenable, manipulable, governable, tameable, accommodating, acquiescent, complaisant, yielding, submissive
    user-friendly, easy to use, handy
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Pronunciation:

manageable

/ˈmanijəb(ə)l/