Definition of performable in English:

performable

adjective

  • See perform

    • ‘The initial problem was to find a performable Hindi translation.’
    • ‘He would like to devise ways of making electronic music more jammable and performable.’
    • ‘The cantata is a useful and appealing addition to the choral repertoire, eminently performable though also stretching, with contrapuntal textures and lots of dialogue between men's and women's sections.’
    • ‘The current assumption that all the plays are in principle both performable and worth performing is comparatively new.’
    • ‘What a tragedy that Mozart never saw fit to complete this tantalising work, with such a brilliant and performable act already virtually finished in all but the details of orchestration.’

Pronunciation

performable

/pəˈfɔːməb(ə)l/