Definition of expandable in English:


Pronunciation /ɛkˈspandəb(ə)l//ɪkˈspandəb(ə)l/


  • See expand

    • ‘The suitcase was a solid framed, expandable, black padded zip case on wheels which measured two-and-a-half feet by two feet by one foot at normal size.’
    • ‘The time table is expandable to cater for increased volume of commuters, he said.’
    • ‘Its simple and logical framework is based on the principle of decimal fractions as class marks, which are expandable to make further subdivisions.’
    • ‘All the categories and concepts are organized into an expandable conceptual tree.’
    • ‘It carries a three-person crew and is equipped with a modular, expandable armor system of ceramic composite material on the outside and a spall liner on the inside.’