English translation of 'gérable'
Example Sentences Including 'gérable'
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A cette tension permanente s'ajoute une nouvelle donne, difficilement gérable : Sangatte reçoit de plus en plus de mineurs isolés.Libération (2002)
Gerhard Schröder a immédiatement appelé à l'approfondissement de l'Union : " L'Europe élargie doit rester gérable.Le Monde (2002)
Un Français sur deux juge une cohabitation " gérable "Le Monde (2002)
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'gérable' in Other Languages
British English: manageable /ˈmænɪdʒəbl/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is manageable is of a size, quantity, or level of difficulty that people are able to deal with.
Cut down the task to a manageable size.
- American English: manageable
- Arabic: يُـمْكِنُ تَـحْقِيقَه
- Brazilian Portuguese: manejável
- Chinese: 易管理的
- Croatian: upravljiv
- Czech: zvládnutelný
- Danish: overkommelig
- Dutch: beheersbaar
- European Spanish: manejable
- Finnish: hallittavissa oleva
- French: gérable
- German: machbar
- Greek: εύχρηστος
- Italian: gestibile
- Japanese: 処理できる
- Korean: 관리할 수 있는
- Norwegian: håndterlig
- Polish: kierowalny
- European Portuguese: manejável
- Romanian: maniabil
- Russian: посильный
- Spanish: manejable
- Swedish: lätthanterlig
- Thai: ที่จัดการได้
- Turkish: üstesinden gelinebilir
- Ukrainian: зручний
- Vietnamese: có thể xoay xở được
Translation of gérable from the Collins French to English
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