Definition of interruptible in English:



  • See interrupt

    • ‘A person seeking another person's attention is normally able to quickly assess how interruptible the other person currently is.’
    • ‘Now it's part of corporate surveillance - checking to see if you're at your desk, if you're instantly interruptible.’
    • ‘Dependency on uncertain and interruptible energy supplies from Middle Eastern states is a crucial strategic issue that must be resolved to assure the long-term security of Israel, the United States and the world's other democracies.’
    • ‘At what points are we interruptible and receptive to a pitch?’
    • ‘A few large users are on interruptible contracts, but that's a drop in the bucket.’