- adj. 可能的；合理的；合适的
- n. 可能性；合适的人；可能的事物
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- possible:  Latin posse ‘be able’ (source of English posse) produced the derived adjective possibilis ‘that can be done’, which came into English via Old French possible. (Its antonym impossible reached English at roughly the same time.)
=> posse, potent
- possible (adj.)
- mid-14c., from Old French possible and directly from Latin possibilis "that can be done," from posse "be able" (see potent).
- possible (n.)
- 1640s, from possible (adj.).
- 1. He programmed his computer to compare all the possible combinations.
- 2. They agreed to work co-operatively to ease tensions wherever possible.
- 3. It was imperative that he act as naturally as possible.
- 4. It's been a beautiful evening and you have made it all possible.
- 5. It is not possible to reposition the carpet without damaging it.
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