That can be calculated or estimated: calculable odds. (adjective)
Readily relied on; dependable: a calculable assistant. (adjective)
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Use "calculable" in a sentence
"Grice pointed out that conversational implicatures have the following properties: (i) they are calculable, that is, inferable from, among other things, the cooperative principle and the conversational maxims; (ii) they are cancelable either explicitly"
"Two types of forgiveness may thus be distinguished: conditional ( "calculable" forgiveness following an act of repentance in which the guilty party promises never to engage in what is demanded by forgiveness) andunconditional (forgiving the unforgivable without conditions, a forgiveness which is incalculable and therefore impossible)."
"Despite many such assertions there, no one has demonstrated in the least the damage that you say is "calculable" and "non-trivial.""