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Potential RealityPlay
Use 'conceivable' to discuss something that could actually occur, even if it's hypothetical. SlideWith technological advancements, colonizing Mars is conceivable.
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Stretch of ImaginationPlay
'Conceivable' means something can be envisioned, so stretch your imagination to its limits. SlideIn a conceivable future, cars might fly.
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Speculative DiscussionsPlay
Use 'conceivable' when you're speculating about potential outcomes or scenarios. SlideIt's conceivable that they will settle the dispute before the court date.