\\ˈagrə̇gəbəl, ˈaig-, -rē-\ adjective
Etymology: aggregate (II) + -able
: that may be aggregated

property aggregable with other property

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • aggregable — ag·gre·ga·ble …   English syllables

  • aggregate — aggregable /ag ri geuh beuhl/, adj. aggregately, adj. aggregateness, n. aggregatory /ag ri geuh tawr ee, tohr ee/, adj. adj., n. /ag ri git, gayt /; v. /ag ri gayt /, adj., n., v., aggregated, aggregating. adj. 1. formed by the conjunction or… …   Universalium

  • ag|gre|ga|ble — «AG ruh guh buhl», adjective. that may be aggregated or lumped together (with other property): »Parliamentary estates were aggregable with the marriage settlement funds (Westminster Gazette) …   Useful english dictionary