EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

be +‎ -able

NounEdit

beable (plural beables)

  1. (physics, philosophy) Anything that could possibly be.
    • 1999, Michael Redhead, From Physics to Philosophy, page 17:
      In line with the approach to value definiteness taken by modal interpretations, I will also not be requiring that the beables of a quantum system be the same from one quantum state of the system to another.