Definition of defrayable in English:

defrayable

adjective

  • See defray

    • ‘Survivorship lifetime online insurance insures 2 individuals, by providing a compensation which is defrayable upon the second death.’
    • ‘Will the Paymaster General assure the Committee that she will attend to the point that if local authorities are incurring these expenses for the child, which are not otherwise defrayable through the payment of tax credit, they should at least be able to recover them through the revenue support grant or otherwise?’
    • ‘Again, the bulk of these costs should be defrayable via tuition charged at a higher rate than the $75 per credit hour of the first two years.’
    • ‘Additionally, in the event of death, life assurance assures disbursement of the whole sum of the death benefit, whereas with other investment schemes only the amount saved is defrayable.’

Pronunciation

defrayable

/dɪˈfreɪəb(ə)l/