Rec"ti*fi`a*ble (r?k"t?*f?`?*b'l), a.

1.

Capable of being rectified; as, a rectifiable mistake.

2. Math.

Admitting, as a curve, of the construction of a straight line equal in length to any definite portion of the curve.

 

© Webster 1913.

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