beatable


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Adj.1.beatable - susceptible to being defeatedbeatable - susceptible to being defeated  
conquerable - subject to being conquered or overcome; "knew her fears were ultimately conquerable"
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beatable

[ˈbiːtəbəl] adj
to be beatable [team, opponent] → pouvoir être vaincu(e) or battu(e)
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Three straight wins - all by one-goal margins against out-of-sorts Preston (lost six of their last seven), Coventry (lost their last three) and Luton (already relegated) - have somehow saved the Rs from the dreaded Tv, but they remain eminently beatable.
Ryan Jones has rallied Six Nations champions Wales for their autumn showdown with the All Blacks by declaring: 'I believe they are beatable.'
'But I think they are definitely beatable. We just have to play well.'
I'm not going into a fight thinking I'm beatable. I'm in this sport to go down as the best.
4 That Ecuador were so devoid of self-belief even when it was obvious they were playing a beatable side.
First, they have a fairly untaxing start - the trip to Highbury on September 17apart - and, secondly, they finish against a whole host of beatable teams - the only exception being the trip to Chelsea on April 17.
He has been trained specifically with Saturday in mind and, while you have to respect Electrocutionist and the Japanese, the likes of Brass Hat must be beatable.
FORMER Macclesfield manager Peter Davenport believes the Silkmen are ``definitely beatable'' in Vauxhall Motors' next FA Cup adventure.
He said: "We proved Brazil are beatable and England will feel they can win.
The Baggies, downbeat after this week's local derby defeat to Villa, are locked in a relegation battle, and eminently beatable despite a fair home record.
Chelsea or West Ham, beatable. Tottenham or Bolton, beatable.
"Cenkos is a much better horse on the soft and I think Edredon Bleu is beatable on the soft," said trainer Oliver Sherwood.