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From Middle French soluble; Late Latin solubilis, from Latin solvere. Equivalent to and a piecewise doublet of solvable.

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  • (US) IPA(key): [ˈsɔɫ.jʊ.bəɫ]
    • (file)

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soluble (comparative more soluble, superlative most soluble)

  1. Able to be dissolved.
    Synonyms: dissolvable, dissoluble
    Antonym: insoluble
    Sugar is soluble in water.
  2. Able to be solved or explained.
    Synonym: solvable
    Antonym: insoluble
    That mystery should be easily soluble.

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Borrowed from Latin solūbilis.

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soluble m or f (masculine and feminine plural solubles)

  1. soluble
    Antonym: insoluble

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From Late Latin solubilis, from Latin solvere.

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soluble (plural solubles)

  1. soluble
    Antonym: insoluble
    soluble dans l’eauwater-soluble

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Etymology edit

From Latin solubilis.

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  • IPA(key): /soˈluble/ [soˈlu.β̞le]
  • Rhymes: -uble
  • Syllabification: so‧lu‧ble

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soluble m or f (masculine and feminine plural solubles)

  1. soluble

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