Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
  • mogelijk; mogelijk; voor te stellen; niet onmogelijk
  • capable of being imagined



  1. It's conceivable.
  2. It is conceivable that he knows the rumor.
  3. It is hardly conceivable to me that he will fail.
  4. We've tried every conceivable method, but absolutely nothing works.
  5. The Tatoeba corpus contains so many contributions that it can not be seriously damaged or denatured by the injection of any conceivable amount of noise.
  6. The liability of Austria is only conceivable in the event of threatened insolvency of BAWAG-PSK.
  7. Instead, it would appear conceivable that basic financial services would be in short supply in certain rural regions in Burgenland.
  8. BIO finds that the maximum advantage granted to a private investor, which is conceivable only where specific conditions are met, is EUR 22500.
  9. While Terni’s own concession would have expired already a few years earlier, it is conceivable that the Italian authorities intended to align the expiry of the Terni tariff with the general expiry of hydroelectric concessions in Italy in 1992.
  10. This is conceivable only in an extremely improbable and hence theoretical scenario in which, following the insolvency of one of the larger regional competitors, all the subsidiaries/assets of BGB that account for its strong regional position were acquired.
  11. In that regard, the French authorities note that, on 24 August 2005, the banks refused to grant new cash lines to SNCM and that, accordingly, the only alternatives conceivable were privatisation or the liquidation of the undertaking.
  12. The earlier decision examines the effects of a hypothetical liquidation of BB, and in this context the Commission concedes that ‘it would appear conceivable that basic financial services would be in short supply in certain rural regions in Burgenland’ [59].
  13. This procedure is obviously the only conceivable one when the service concerned is a state service that is supplied with an additional budget and that is ‘converted’ into a company governed by private law.
  14. The Commission therefore concludes that it is conceivable for a market economy investor to invest in the project on that basis of the penetration rates foreseen in the business plan (indeed, this is what Reggefiber and ING RE did).
  15. The other conceivable alternative scenarios, i.e. a controlled winding-up of Austrian Airlines or continuation on a stand-alone basis, would also have led to costs higher than the negative purchase price.