CET6+ TEM8 IELTS GRE TOEFL
1. vit- => vi- + -able.
2. vita "life" => viable.
3. => capable of life.
- viable: see vital
- viable (adj.)
- 1828, from French viable "capable of life" (1530s), from vie "life" (from Latin vita "life;" see vital) + -able. Originally of newborn infants; generalized sense is first recorded 1848. Related: Viably.
- 1. Their defense markets are too small to sustain economically viable production runs.
- 2. Cash alone will not make Eastern Europe's banks viable.
- 3. Five viable pregnancies were established.
- 4. The factory is no longer economically viable.
- 5. It is only their investment that makes the programme economically viable.
[ viable 造句 ]