Actionable (adjective)

  1. Having enough evidence to support taking legal action.
  2. Capable of being acted upon; practical and useful.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from action + -able.

Examples:

  1. The information in the report was deemed actionable and a lawsuit was filed.
  2. The CEO asked for actionable recommendations to improve the company's finances.
  3. The suggestion was not actionable as it lacked specific details and instructions.
  4. The new software provides actionable insights into customer behavior and preferences.
  5. The manager wanted actionable steps to increase employee satisfaction and reduce turnover.
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