[poh-tuh-buh l] /ˈpoʊ tə bəl/
fit or suitable for drinking:
Usually, potables. drinkable liquids; beverages.
fit to drink; drinkable
something fit to drink; a beverage
early 15c., from Old French potable (14c.) and directly from Late Latin potabilis “drinkable,” from Latin potare “to drink” (see potion).
potable po·ta·ble (pō’tə-bəl)
Fit to drink; drinkable.
po’ta·bil’i·ty or po’ta·ble·ness n.
Programming system for distributed applications. A Linda implementation for Unix networks by Ioannis Schoinas firstname.lastname@example.org. (ftp://ariadne.csi.forth.gr/pub/POSYBL.TAR.Z). (1995-12-04)
noun 1. a pretentiously showy or imposing façade intended to mask or divert attention from an embarrassing or shabby fact or condition.
[poht-ns] /ˈpoʊt ns/ noun 1. . n. “potency,” early 15c., from Old French potence “power,” from Latin potentia (see potent).
[poht-n-see] /ˈpoʊt n si/ noun, plural potencies for 4–6. 1. the state or quality of being . 2. power; authority. 3. efficacy; effectiveness; strength. 4. capacity to be, become, or develop; potentiality. 5. a person or thing exerting power or influence. 6. Mathematics. (def 2). /ˈpəʊtənsɪ/ noun (pl) -tencies, -tences 1. the state or quality […]