Definition of Contestable. Meaning of Contestable. Synonyms of Contestable

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Definition of Contestable

Contestable
Contestable Con*test"a*ble, a. [Cf. F. contestable.] Capable of being contested; debatable.

Meaning of Contestable from wikipedia

- article on "contestable", but our sister project Wiktionary does: Read the Wiktionary entry on "contestable" You can also: Search for Contestable in Wikipedia...
- perfectly contestable market would have no barriers to entry or exit ("frictionless reversible entry" in economist William Brock's terms). Contestable markets...
- "The Contest" is the 51st episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. The 11th episode of the fourth season, it aired on November 18, 1992. In the episode, Jerry...
- Contest may refer to: Competition Will contest Contesting, amateur radio contesting (radiosport) Contest (2013 film), an American film Contest (1932 film)...
- A beauty pageant or beauty contest is a competition that has traditionally focused on judging and ranking the physical attributes of the contestants....
- competitive industries and, more generally, any market which is held to be contestable. Normally, a firm that introduces a differentiated product can initially...
- Contesting (also known as radiosport) is a competitive activity pursued by amateur radio operators. In a contest, an amateur radio station, which may be...
- The Eurovision Song Contest (French: Concours Eurovision de la chanson), sometimes abbreviated to ESC and often known simply as Eurovision, is an international...
- competitive industries, and more generally any market which is held to be contestable. Normally, a firm that introduces a differentiated product can initially...
- A will contest, in the law of property, is a formal objection raised against the validity of a will, based on the contention that the will does not reflect...