resoluble

adjective
re·sol·u·ble | \ri-ˈzäl-yə-bəl \

Definition of resoluble 

: capable of being resolved a difficult but resoluble problem

First Known Use of resoluble

1602, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for resoluble

Late Latin resolubilis, from Latin resolvere to resolve, unloose

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