Definition of retainable in English:

retainable

adjective

  • See retain

    • ‘But to Trevor, it was probably just a story that was lost, something retainable, and he wouldn't miss it in the meantime.’
    • ‘Good, retainable competencies are much in demand and selection processes have tightened, so that they can deliver on the ideal employee ‘wish lists’ for companies.’
    • ‘Bhatia pointed out that up to 80 per cent of those working in the institute will be post-doctoral fellows who will carry on the work internationally and hopefully be retainable for Ontario, and Canada.’
    • ‘The fuel for P2P networks is the desire for retainable information and as more information is retained by more people then this fuel will necessarily drop in quantity.’