Definition of continuable in English:

continuable

adjective

  • See continue

    • ‘After giving some simple examples we show that the set consisting of the four-element Boolean algebra and the four-element fork is incomparably continuable.’
    • ‘If its argument is a condition, SIGNAL does not ensure that the condition indicates a continuable exception.’
    • ‘Such feature is given to us while the continuable exceptions occur.’
    • ‘The exception event in the example above has an exception number of 1 and thus is continuable.’
    • ‘The program has a function named error that takes different arguments and can signal either a fatal or a continuable error.’

Pronunciation

continuable

/kənˈtɪnjʊəb(ə)l/