[pos-uh-bil-i-tee] /ˌpɒs əˈbɪl ɪ ti/
noun, plural possibilities for 2.
the state or fact of being :
the possibility of error.
He had exhausted every possibility but one.
noun (pl) -ties
the state or condition of being possible
anything that is possible
a competitor, candidate, etc, who has a moderately good chance of winning, being chosen, etc
(often pl) a future prospect or potential: my new house has great possibilities
late 14c., “condition of being possible,” from Old French possibilité (13c.) and directly from Latin possibilitatem (nom. possibilitas) “possibility,” from possibilis (see possible (adj.)). Meaning “a possible thing or substance” is from c.1400. Related: Possibilities.
[pos-uh-buh l] /ˈpɒs ə bəl/ adjective 1. that may or can be, exist, happen, be done, be used, etc.: a disease with no possible cure. 2. that may be true or may be the case, as something concerning which one has no knowledge to the contrary: It is possible that he has already gone. /ˈpɒsɪbəl/ […]
- Possible world
noun 1. (logic) (in modal logic) a semantic device formalizing the notion of what the world might have been like. A statement is necessarily true if and only if it is true in every possible world
[pos-uh-blee] /ˈpɒs ə bli/ adverb 1. perhaps; maybe: It may possibly rain today. 2. in a manner: She has all the money she can possibly use. 3. by any : Could you possibly check this information for me? /ˈpɒsɪblɪ/ sentence substitute, adverb 1. adverb 2. by any chance; at all: he can’t possibly come adv. […]
[pos-ee] /ˈpɒs i/ noun, Australian. 1. a job; . /ˈpɒzɪ/ noun 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) a place; position: if we’re early for the film we’ll get a good possie at the back