adj. 可预见的; 可估计的; 可察觉的; 相当可观的
An appreciable amount or effect is large enough to be important or clearly noticed.
It contains less than 1 per cent fat, an appreciable amount of protein, and a high content of minerals...
This has not had an appreciable effect on production.
1. enough to be estimated or measured;
The cost of screen drag is appreciable in almost all installations.
These fats also contain appreciable amounts of fully saturated triacylglycerols and exhibit relatively high melting points.
Thermoplastic materials can be remelted and cooled time after time without undergoing any appreciable chemical change.
The influence of reaction temperature and WHSV on conversion of propylene oxide appreciable.
A neutron has no appreciable electromagnetic interaction with nuclei or with electrons.