commensurable

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commensurable (comparative more commensurable, superlative most commensurable)

  1. Able to be measured using a common standard.
    A yard and a foot are commensurable, as both may be measured by inches.
  2. Related in size or scale; commensurate or proportionate.
  3. (mathematics) (of two or more numbers) Divisible by the same number WP
    The numbers 12 and 18 are commensurable, as both are divisible by 6, while 12 and 19 are incommensurable.

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commensurable (plural commensurables)

  1. (mathematics) commensurable

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