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cultivable (adj.)

1680s, "capable of being tilled," from French cultivable, from cultiver, from Latin cultivare "to till" (see cultivate). Alternative form cultivatable (1753) seems to be a native formation from cultivate.

updated on July 03, 2018

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Definitions of cultivable from WordNet

cultivable (adj.)
(of farmland) capable of being farmed productively;
Synonyms: arable / cultivatable / tillable
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