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Adjective(1) admitting of penetration or passage into or through(2) capable of being penetrated
(1) Topical drug penetration, for example in the use of a cell penetrable peptide approach to enhance penetration of therapeutic compounds into skin.(2) This is a form of deep culture that is not necessarily penetrable solely by money, free fees or student loans.(3) His mind is not always penetrable .(4) It's not penetrable by facts.(5) The result can be criticism that is less penetrable than the work it addresses.(6) How penetrable was and is our system?(7) But what makes a penetrable , a comprehensible world?(8) Space itself became his motionless laboratory: flat, penetrable , yet forever the same.(9) This is not to say that art should be easy or instant or utilitarian - but it should be penetrable , purposeful.(10) An open country with easily penetrable borders.(11) Logic is less vulnerable, less penetrable .(12) With a penetrable fourth wall, a spot of audience participation and plenty of gleeful nonsense, this is pantomime in all but dame.(13) Such skulls have penetrable muscle, cartilage and bone areas along with extremely hard bone sections that neither knife penetrated more than 3/8 ".(14) Holsten is also available in an unbreakable plastic bottle, but the bottle is green and penetrable by light, and therefore not a great choice to have out in the sunlight.(15) The one penetrable point in his ironclad nature had not been reached yet.(16) Material nature must be penetrable by the spirit.
1. permeable ::
2. pervious ::
3. porous ::
1. impenetrable ::
tidak dapat ditembusi
2. impermeable ::
3. impervious ::
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