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what does the word "feasibility" mean?

 
It, in fact, proved the feasibility of a transcontinental road and demonstrated that such a line could be built and operated continuously the year around
 
Based on the context, what does the word "feasibility" mean? 
 
  
A)Achievability
B)Inevitability
C)Reliability
D)Validity
 
I think is A.
 

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Jim S. | Physics (and math) are fun, reallyPhysics (and math) are fun, really
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I think you are correct
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Emily G. | Tutor/Teacher in English Studies, Ancient Greek, Latin, and JapaneseTutor/Teacher in English Studies, Ancien...
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A is correct, yes. When a project has feasibility, it means it is possible, achievable.