V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: capable of being done or carried out
Synonyms: possible, attainable, workable, viable, doable, achievable
Antonyms: impossible, impractical, unlikely
Tips: Feasible is derived from the Anglo-French faisible, "do or make." Think, able to be done or made. The related noun feat is an "accomplishment" or "achievement." If a feat (accomplishment) is feasible, it can be achieved. In business, use feasible as a positive way of responding to challenges: If someone asks you if something can be done, say "yes it is feasible." The related noun feasibility means probability or likelihood.
The producer was concerned about the feasibility of the special effects in the movie. (viability, probability) noun
She felt it was feasible to make it on her own in a new city. (possible, achievable)
Yes, I think your plan is feasible, but it will require a lot of work. (viable, doable)
The feasibility of us getting this account is not very high. (probability, likelihood) noun
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