Definition of interchangeability in English:

interchangeability

noun

  • See interchangeable

    • ‘They all look completely different, but interchangeability from multiple brands enables Ford to create a wide variety of models.’
    • ‘Links between international relations and international history - often referred to as diplomatic history - help to reinforce this notion of interchangeability of terms.’
    • ‘Interpretation of early reports is complicated by the interchangeability of the terms ‘psalm’, ‘hymn’, and ‘song’.’
    • ‘Versatility and interchangeability were the hallmarks of his squad, to the point where halfbacks were on and off the field as often as forwards.’
    • ‘The first of these was an almost complete interchangeability between different parts of speech.’

Pronunciation

interchangeability

/ɪntətʃeɪn(d)ʒəˈbɪlɪti/