Definition of enablement in English:

enablement

noun

  • See enable

    • ‘Longer consultations have been significantly associated with better recognition and handling of psychosocial problems and with better patient enablement.’
    • ‘A revolution in communications is happening now. e-Business and Internet enablement are a big part of that revolution, but they're still only a part.’
    • ‘He added that broadband enablement remained a top priority for the telecoms group which launched its Highlands and Islands initiative last week.’
    • ‘Once the networks are in place, the enablement of next-generation applications and services provides incremental revenue opportunities for vendors.’
    • ‘Rather, we are on the cusp of a most exciting and hopeful era, the age of enablement.’