Land, water and sky

navigable
(adj)
NAV-i-gǝ-bǝl
Meaning

1. wide and deep enough to allow ships to pass through

1st Sample Sentence

1. This river is wide, but it is too shallow to be navigable.

2nd Meaning

2. able to be steered

2nd Sample Sentence

2. When one of the car's front tyres blew out on the highway, I tried to drive it to a garage, but quickly discovered that it was no longer navigable.

Root

navis (ship)#agere (to drive) (Latin)

Mnemonics

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