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de·ci·pher

 (dĭ-sī′fər)
tr.v. de·ci·phered, de·ci·pher·ing, de·ci·phers
1. To read or interpret (ambiguous, obscure, or illegible matter).
2. To convert from a code or cipher to plaintext; decode.

de·ci′pher·a·ble adj.
de·ci′pher·er n.
de·ci′pher·ment n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.decipherable - easily deciphered
legible - (of handwriting, print, etc.) capable of being read or deciphered; "legible handwriting"

decipherable

adjective
Capable of being explained or accounted for:
Translations

decipherable

[dɪˈsaɪfərəbl] ADJdescifrable

decipherable

adj (lit, fig)entzifferbar

decipherable

[dɪˈsaɪfrəbl] adjdecifrabile
References in classic literature ?
Rolling eyeballs and grinding teeth are, however, sufficient signs of anger to be decipherable in the dark.
It was a fallen headboard, and painted on it were the hardly decipherable words, "Catharine Larue."
Poking and burrowing into the heaped-up rubbish in the corner, unfolding one and another document, and reading the names of vessels that had long ago foundered at sea or rotted at the wharves, and those of merchants never heard of now on 'Change, nor very readily decipherable on their mossy tombstones; glancing at such matters with the saddened, weary, half-reluctant interest which we bestow on the corpse of dead activity -- and exerting my fancy, sluggish with little use, to raise up from these dry bones an image of the old towns brighter aspect, when India was a new region, and only Salem knew the way thither -- I chanced to lay my hand on a small package, carefully done up in a piece of ancient yellow parchment.
Experts, in a report on Ancient-Origins, say if (https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-space/are-alien-messages-encoded-our-dna-00407) extraterrestrials have left behind some hidden but decipherable proof of their existence, to test our intelligence and level of scientific advancement, they might have left it inside the cells of our body, that is, in our DNA.
The 10 themes from cartoons are labeled as "beginning piano solos." The print is easy to read and the spacing makes the score appear decipherable. No editor or arranger has been credited in this collection.
I urge you to read the 2018 IPPC report -- the version for policy makers is only 32 pages and for the most part is easily decipherable.
The book is riddled with statistical formulae decipherable only to the area experts, but, as stated earlier, its succinctness and linguistic simplicity brings it close to a layman's radar.
Some are apparently outright fraud attempts and others are a little less decipherable in terms of their risks, for the advertised rewards.
And the finding that ballots were wet in another precinct and no longer decipherable because of improper storage.
The Centre lacks any real political identity or decipherable discourse concerning, for example, foreign policy or true vision for peace and coexistence.
Hence the night before Christmas, I was struggling with a bedroom chest of drawers whose makers had employed the Kremlin to provide impenetrable construction plans only decipherable to Bletchley Park code breakers.