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teachable (adj.)

late 15c., "capable of being taught" (of persons), from teach (v.) + -able. Of subjects, from 1660s. Teachable moment, attested from 1917, not common until after c. 1960, extends the sense to "appropriate for instruction." An Old English word for it was leorningende. Related: Teachableness.

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Definitions of teachable

teachable (adj.)
ready and willing to be taught;
teachable youngsters
Synonyms: docile
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