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English translation of 'probable'

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probable

adjective
1.  (posible) probablelikely
es probable que ... it is probable that ...it is likely that ...
es probable que no venga he probably won’t come
2.  (demostrable) provable

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Example Sentences Including 'probable'

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Afortunadamente no es probable que todos se pongan de acuerdo.
Ramón Mayrata El imperio desierto
El Sporting se juega en Oviedo la penúltima oportunidad de salvarse de la promoción, algo poco probable.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Es probable que durante la próxima semana los inversores opten por recoger parte de los beneficios generados en las últimas semanas.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Es probable que sean muchas las razones que se quieran dar para justificar una acción absurda.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Hemos pagado la novatada... Lo mas probable es que se trate de un mendigo a la busca de sustento o de un lugar donde pasar la noche.
Manuel Rico El lento adiós de los tranvías
Las fuerzas que operan en la estructura latifundista andaluza es muy probable que existan, o lleguen a existir, en otras regiones latifundistas.
Ramón Garrabou et al Historia agraria de la España contemporánea. Vol 3. Fin agricultura tradic.
Otro podría estar financiado por la firma de la aspirina, Bayer, probable patrono del sillón bautizado con el nombre de Sócrates, en el que se sentaría Rostropovich.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)

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'probable' in Other Languages

British English: likely /ˈlaɪklɪ/ ADJECTIVE
You use likely to indicate that something is probably true or will probably happen in a particular situation.
When people see that something actually works, they are much more likely to accept change.
  • American English: likely
  • Arabic: مُحْتَمَلٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: provável
  • Chinese: 很可能的
  • Croatian: vjerojatno
  • Czech: pravděpodobný
  • Danish: sandsynlig
  • Dutch: waarschijnlijk
  • European Spanish: probable
  • Finnish: todennäköinen
  • French: probable
  • German: wahrscheinlich
  • Greek: πιθανός
  • Italian: probabile
  • Japanese: ・・・しそうな
  • Korean: 있을 법한
  • Norwegian: sannsynlig
  • Polish: prawdopodobny
  • European Portuguese: provável
  • Romanian: probabil
  • Russian: возможный
  • Latin American Spanish: probable
  • Swedish: sannolik
  • Thai: เป็นไปได้
  • Turkish: olası
  • Ukrainian: ймовірний
  • Vietnamese: có thể xảy ra
British English: probable /ˈprɒbəbl/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is probable is likely to be true or likely to happen.
It is probable that the volcano will erupt again.
  • American English: probable
  • Arabic: مُحْتَمَل
  • Brazilian Portuguese: provável
  • Chinese: 很可能的
  • Croatian: vjerojatan
  • Czech: pravděpodobný
  • Danish: sandsynlig
  • Dutch: waarschijnlijk
  • European Spanish: probable
  • Finnish: todennäköinen
  • French: probable
  • German: wahrscheinlich
  • Greek: πιθανός
  • Italian: probabile
  • Japanese: ありそうな
  • Korean: 있음직한
  • Norwegian: sannsynlig
  • Polish: prawdopodobny
  • European Portuguese: provável
  • Romanian: posibil
  • Russian: вероятный
  • Latin American Spanish: probable
  • Swedish: sannolik
  • Thai: ที่น่าจะเป็นไปได้
  • Turkish: olası
  • Ukrainian: можливий
  • Vietnamese: có thể
British English: liable ADJECTIVE
likely When something is liable to happen, it is very likely to happen.
He is liable to change his mind quite rapidly.
  • American English: liable
  • Brazilian Portuguese: passível
  • Chinese: 可能会
  • European Spanish: probable
  • French: susceptible
  • German: wahrscheinlich
  • Italian: avere molte probabilità di
  • Japanese: ~しそうである
  • Korean: ~할 경향이 있는
  • European Portuguese: passível
  • Latin American Spanish: probable

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Translation of probable from the Collins Spanish to English
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