Definition of specifiable in English:

specifiable

adjective

  • See specify

    • ‘For some it is experienced as a powerful and specifiable moment, engaging the deepest affections.’
    • ‘Delay to product distribution could only be permitted if a member state had grounds for suspecting specifiable risks to health or the environment.’
    • ‘It is always answerable to some set of independently specifiable practical goals.’
    • ‘When or how generosity is shown is not precisely specifiable.’
    • ‘We decry the absence of leadership, but who can lead without a specifiable goal?’

Pronunciation

specifiable

/spɛsɪˈfʌɪəb(ə)l/