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From Middle French importable.

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Importable (comparative more Importable, superlative most Importable)

Positive
Importable

Comparative
more Importable

Superlative
most Importable

  1. (obsolete) Insupportable, unbearable.
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, II.viii:
      So both attonce him charge on either side, / With hideous strokes, and importable powre [...].

Etymology 2Modificar

From import +‎ -able.

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Importable (comparative more Importable, superlative most Importable)

Positive
Importable

Comparative
more Importable

Superlative
most Importable

  1. Capable of being imported.

el:importable fr:importable gl:importable vi:importable zh:importable

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