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Definition of "divisibility" [di•vis•i•bil•i•ty]

  • The property of being divisible by a particular integer. (noun)

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Use "divisibility" in a sentence
  • "In the second place, though matter, considered as the occult cause of our sensations, do really exist, yet what we call divisibility may be an attribute only of our sensations of sight and touch, and not of their uncognizable cause."
  • "Divisibility Test An aid in determining whether a natural number is divisible by another natural number is called a divisibility test."
  • "Valla's idea is that notions such as divisibility and quantity are properly at home only in the world of ordinary things."