English translation: to make feasible or possible / to enable
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Explanation: I couldn't find it as a verb, but you can change the sentende a little and use it as an adjective (feasible) or as a noun (feasibility).
Translation found at Manoel O. M. Pinho.
(from Cambridge International Dictionary of English)
able to be made, done or achieved; possible or reasonable
Now that we have the extra resources, the scheme seems politically/financially/technically feasible.
The Government wants a 3% inflation rate, but is this a feasible objective?
It's quite feasible (=possible) (that) we'll get the money.
He has already hurt two people and therefore he could quite feasibly attack someone else, perhaps more viciously.
We're studying the feasibility of building a new shopping centre outside town.
The council is making/doing a feasibility study (=examining the situation to decide about the possibility) of/on the shopping centre proposals.