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permeable

 [per´me-ah-b'l]
not impassable; pervious; permitting passage of a substance.

per·me·a·ble

(per'mē-ă-bĕl),
Permitting the passage of substances (for example, liquids, gases, heat), as through a membrane or other structure.
Synonym(s): pervious
[L. permeabilis (see permeate)]

permeable

/per·me·a·ble/ (per´me-ah-b'l) not impassable; pervious; permitting passage of a substance.

permeable

[pur′mē·əbəl]
Etymology: L, permeare, to pass through
a condition of allowing fluids and certain other substances to pass through, such as a permeable membrane. See also osmosis.

per·me·a·ble

(pĕr'mē-ă-bĕl)
Permitting the passage of substances (e.g., liquids, gases), as through a membrane or other structure.
See also: permeate
Synonym(s): pervious.
[L. permeabilis, passing through]

Permeable

Capable of allowing substances to pass through.

permeable

not impassable; pervious; permitting passage of a substance.