feasibility


feasibility
noun
ADJECTIVE
economic, technical
VERB + FEASIBILITY
consider, discuss, examine, explore, investigate, look at, look into, study
assess, determine, establish, evaluate, test

a drilling project to assess the feasibility of bringing the water four miles into the town

demonstrate
confirm, prove
doubt, question

Some of them doubted the feasibility of the proposal.

FEASIBILITY + NOUN
study

They have launched a feasibility study for the construction of a new road.


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