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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Bottas spent much of the season in Hamilton's shadow but the Finn, who finished 58 points adrift of Hamilton, said: "Lewis is beatable.
Burnley, Everton and Watford all appear beatable but the statistics suggest United will take little to nothing from the other six games.
I have always argued that, while the problem is serious, it is beatable - The Duke of Cambridge on the illegal wildlife trade.
The 29-year-old, now under the wing of former tungsten tough pro Malcolm Melvin, will travel to Australia to face Victoria's unbeaten - but eminently beatable - Anthony Buttigieg on October 6.
But no matter how formidable Aoki appears, Sangiao sees the Japanese legend as beatable especially against Folayang.
The Radio 5 presenter, 59, refused to go private for treatment and tweeted: "It's beatable.
There's four teams there - there's no easy games, but there's beatable teams and we've four out of six games at home, so we've got a very good chance.
Former professional boxer turned undefeated mixed martial arts contender Holly Holm believes that current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is beatable mainly because she is human.
I've watched (English welterweight champion) Bradley Skeete - and he's definitely beatable.
Sport can be so cruel but I guess that is what makes it such compelling viewing, and at least the Irish have shown the rest of us that the men in black are definitely beatable.
1 Serena Williams has denied that there is a widening gulf between her and the other leading players after she won her tenth title of the year by beating Jelena Jankovic in the China Open final on Sunday, and that she is beatable.
She's 4-6 from 8-11 with Ladbrokes to oust Sorana Cirstea today but while the Romanian third seed looks beatable, the rapidly improving fourth seed Urszula Radwanska could prove troublesome if the Pole sets up a final clash with the 18-year-old Robson.