Definition of prestable in English:

prestable

adjective

Scottish
Law
  • Able to be performed or discharged; (of money, etc.) capable of being paid or advanced; payable; negotiable, transferable.

Origin

Early 17th century. From French † prestable (now prêtable) able to be lent (1606; earlier in senses ‘(of God) ready to offer forgiveness, forgiving’, ‘generous’) from prester + -able.

Pronunciation

prestable

/ˈprɛstəbl/