Probable definition

Probable means likely or reasonably likely to occur, as in "a reasonable probability of more than a moderate effect on the quality of the environment" (see Section 25.05.794 (Significant)). "Probable" is used to distinguish likely impacts from those that merely have a possibility of occurring, but are remote or speculative. This is not meant as a strict statistical probability test.
Probable means likely or reasonably likely to occur. Probable is used to distinguish likely impacts from those that merely have a possibility of occurring, but are remote or speculative. WAC 197-111-782.
Probable means likely to occur, reasonably expected, and realistic.

Examples of Probable in a sentence

  • Group B - Probable Human Carcinogen: This category generally indicates that there is at least limited evidence from epidemiological studies of carcinogenicity to humans (Group B1) or that, in the absence of adequate data on humans, there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in animals (Group B2) Group C - Possible Human Carcinogen: This category indicates that there is limited evidence of carcinogenicity in animals in the absence of data on humans.

  • RJ Vogel, S Ramachandran , WM Zachary, A 3-stage Model for Assessing the Probable Economic Effects of Direct-to-consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals, 25 Clin.

  • Probable cause cases are forwarded to a public hearing before an administrative law judge.

  • Regular annual replacement programme over next 30 years.Annually, 2021 -2051 923,000 Depreciation ReservesLand Transport Community Most likely scenario Strategic issue Alternative option Probable year of action Cost FundingPutāruruPrincess St AccessGrowthDo nothing – Site Development cannot proceed2021-20251,200,000Development Contributions District wideRoad network renewals.

  • The improvements include items detailed in the Opinion of Probable Project Cost Estimate for CDBG Special Round Improvements Project – Cole Sports Complex Improvements.


More Definitions of Probable

Probable means likely to occur; reasonably expected; realistic.
Probable means that the alleged violator's conduct more likely than not would have an adverse effect.
Probable with respect to violations, means that a violation is reasonably likely to result in food adulteration or a risk to health.
Probable means likely or reasonably likely to occur, as in ‘a reasonable probability of more than a moderate effect on the quality of the environment‘ (see WAC 197-11-794). Probable is
Probable means more likely than not to occur; reasonably expected; realistic.
Probable means the total probable undeveloped reserves (in Mcfe) of the Company and the FC Subsidiaries, determined in accordance with SEC guidelines based on an Independent Reserve Report; provided, however, that Probable shall mean zero (0) unless (A) it is based upon an Independent Reserve Report (or a Reserve Update) that was current as of a date within 92 days of such date of determination, (B) the Company has publicly disclosed the Probable in a Periodic Report as of a date within 274 days of such date of determination (based on an Independent Reserve Report that was current as of such date of determination), (C) the Probable is based upon the same Independent Reserve Report or Reserve Update on which the PDNP, PDP and PUD are based as of such date of determination, and (D) if the Probable is not based upon an Independent Reserve Report (or a Reserve Update) that was current as of such date of determination, the Company reasonably believes, based upon its own analysis conducted in good faith and reflecting the Recent Production (and has certified in the applicable Officer’s Certificate that it so reasonably believes), that the Probable is not less than that disclosed in the Independent Reserve Report (or Reserve Update) on which the Probable is based.
Probable means more likely than not.