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Possible to win or achieve: a winnable election campaign; winnable games.

win′na·bil′i·ty n.


(ˈwɪn ə bəl)

capable of being won: a winnable war.


adjzu gewinnen pred
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This was the same gut feel I had when I and many other friends did our best to convince then Mayor Rody Duterte to take a stab at the Presidency because we felt that he was really winnable,' the secretary wrote.
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And, with what he terms "a couple of winnable games" coming up against Brighton on Sunday and Liverpool the following weekend, Barton suggests Newcastle could extend their winning run further.
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Wednesday: "The next four are all winnable but Wednesday have not always coped with winnable games in the best manner.
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Lord Dafydd Wigley says he's confident, two months ahead of the general election, that the party's three target seats are winnable.
There are aspirations to get a big tie but, for me, the carrot is the chance of a winnable game and going further.
But he stressed that the tie is still a winnable one for his side, who beat Billingham Synthonia 3-1 in the first round at the weekend.