The definition of practicable is something that is useful, or something that is possible to do or put into practice.(adjective)
An example of practicable is a plan to streamline business operations that is possible to implement.
See practicable in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: altered (based on practice) < Fr praticable < pratiquer
See practicable in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Medieval Latin prācticābilis, capable of being used
Origin: , from prācticāre, to practice
Origin: , from prāctica, practice
Origin: , from Greek prāktikē, practical science
Origin: , from
Origin: feminine of prāktikos, fit for action, practical
Origin: , from prāssein, prāk-, to make, do.
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