Definition of gaugeable in English:

gaugeable

adjective

  • See gauge

    • ‘Younger award winners, for example, are frequently research partners, whose visits are likely to produce more gaugeable results.’
    • ‘Even if the sheet is thick enough to sustain tapping, it may actually be more economical to use self-clinching fasteners with gaugeable threads.’
    • ‘Once leaks are identified, using gaugeable tube fittings reduces problems, improves equipment reliability, and conserves energy.’
    • ‘To achieve authentic results for the lifetime of your coatings you have to test them under gageable conditions.’
    • ‘The measuring device of the invention is gaugeable and is capable of complying with industry requirements.’

Pronunciation

gaugeable

/ˈɡeɪdʒəb(ə)l/