trouvable

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the root of trouver 'to find, invent, create' (probably from Latin tropus, plausibly via a Vulgar Latin verb tropare 'to sing') + -able

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trouvable (plural trouvables)

  1. (literally) findable, which can be found, detected, encountered
  2. occurring, current

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