derivable in Portuguese
Basic statements are never derivable from universal statements alone.
Observe also that any terminal string derivable from A in Ga has a unique derivation.
The metalogical term “equal in content” is defined as “mutually derivable”.
As a young nation, we will endeavour to diversify our revenue base and to avoid over-dependency on the potential revenues derivable from our stock of non-renewable natural resources.
Among those favouring an interest charge, it has been pointed out that late and non-payment of assessed contributions reduces the interest income derivable by the Organization to the detriment of the Member States.
It must be provided explicitly or be derivable automatically from the documents themselves.
The lessee is assumed to receive all the benefits derivable from the use of the good and to incur the costs and risks associated with ownership.
ETBE (ethyl-tertio-butyl-ether), which is etherised bioethanol, is derivable from agricultural alcohol.
capable of being derived: derived