- capable of being traced.
- attributable or ascribable (usually followed by to): a victory traceable to good coaching.
Origin of traceable
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018
Examples from the Web for traceable
Ultimately, what his company provides is an easier way for restaurants to have traceable food.The Bioethicist Turned Butcher
September 28, 2014
And with that, Walt gives up, placing a traceable call to the Albuquerque DEA.‘Granite State,’ the Penultimate Episode of ‘Breaking Bad,’ Is Walter White’s Final Act
September 23, 2013
In our pursuit of knowledge, we often desire a traceable path in our growth.Social Media: Nothing New? Commonplace Books As Predecessor to Pinterest
August 16, 2012
Worse yet, most of the cases were traceable to the Nigeria strain.The CIA's Dangerous Vaccine Stunt
July 13, 2011
Sometimes a rudiment of a fifth toe appears to be traceable.
This enemy is drought, traceable directly to the destruction of the forests.
It was only a traceable instance of the harm done by all such words.We Two
I wonder how much of the women-in-industry movement is traceable to just that.Working With the Working Woman
Cornelia Stratton Parker
This notion is also traceable in every quarter of the globe.Moon Lore
Word Origin and History for traceable
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper