retrievable


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re·trieve

 (rĭ-trēv′)
v. re·trieved, re·triev·ing, re·trieves
v.tr.
1.
a. To get back into one's grasp, possession, or control, especially from a known place or a place of storage: retrieved his coat from the closet.
b. To go to and bring or escort back (someone): retrieved his friend from the bus station.
c. To search for, find, and bring back: divers retrieving artifacts from a shipwreck.
d. To search for, find, and carry back (killed game or a thrown object). Used of dogs.
e. To gain access to (stored information).
2. To recall to mind (a memory, for example); remember.
3.
a. To rescue or save: tried to retrieve him from the degradation of life as a runaway.
b. Sports To make a difficult but successful return of (a ball or shuttlecock, as in tennis or badminton).
4. To restore to a former or desirable condition: did whatever he could to retrieve his honor.
5. To rectify the unfavorable consequences of; remedy: "An attempt was made to retrieve the blunder" (Francis Parkman).
v.intr.
To find and bring back game or a thrown object: a dog trained to retrieve.
n.
1. The act of retrieving; retrieval.
2. Sports A difficult but successful return of a ball or shuttlecock.

[Middle English retreven, from Old French retrover, retruev- : re-, re- + trover, to find; see trover.]

re·triev′a·bil′i·ty n.
re·triev′a·ble adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.retrievable - capable of being regained especially with effort; "he believed the information was retrievable"
recoverable - capable of being recovered or regained; "recoverable truth of a past event"
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Translations

retrievable

[rɪˈtriːvəbl] ADJrecuperable; [error etc] → reparable
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

retrievable

adj
(= recoverable)zurück-/hervor-/heraus-/herunterholbar; (= rescuable)rettbar; (from wreckage etc) → zu bergen; material from wasterückgewinnbar; (Comput) information, dataabrufbar; (after a crash) → wiederherstellbar; honour, position, money, investmentwiedererlangbar
loss, errorwiedergutzumachen pred, → wiedergutzumachend attr; situationzu retten
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

retrievable

[rɪˈtriːvəbl] adj (see vb) → ricuperabile, riconquistabile, rimediabile, richiamabile
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References in classic literature ?
Carstone, and you can only hope that his position may be yet retrievable. You will allow me to order you lunch after your journey, sir."
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The woman was expecting the worst, and she had a loaded firearm that was quickly retrievable when the suspect later broke in to her house.
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To the Editor: Retrievable inferior vena cava (IVC) filter placement has been on the rise over the years, but only a small percentage of retrievable IVC filters have been removed, ranging between 10.1% and 38.9%.[1],[2] Laparoscopic retrieval of IVC filter case report was available since 2015,[3] the filter hook in the case report was seen clearly protruding from the anterior wall of the cava, and there was no need for vena cavotomy and reconstruction.
In response to complications such as IVC thrombosis and perforation that have been associated with the originally developed IVC filters intended for permanent placement, various optional or retrievable IVC filters have become available since 2003 to provide protection from PE during recognized periods of transient risk, after which they are meant to be removed [10].
Upon further investigation from family, it was discovered that the patient's Bard G2 retrievable IVC filter was placed in April 2007 in the context of a PE with concurrent GI bleed.