Possible to remedy: remediable problems. (adjective)
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Use "remediable" in a sentence
"The critics of privatization, avoiding both the conceptual error and the unconstructive consequences of deontological declarations, focus on particular and potentially remediable defects, thus inviting rather than foreclosing a response."
"Vision, hearing, memory, cognition, bone and muscle strength, skin tone, hair and of course sexual vigor will all be remediable in the near future."
"Henry Petroski wrote “the essence of engineering is to construe every limiting aspect of existence as a remediable malfunction”."