Definition of substitutability in English:

substitutability

noun

  • See substitute

    • ‘The tomb effigy, the memorial portrait, and the death mask approach a condition of perfect substitutability for the irrevocably absent object, the once-living body.’
    • ‘The lower the degree of substitutability, the greater the risk of harm caused by committed-use contracts.’
    • ‘But the logic applies rigidly only in perfect markets, with perfect information, flexibility, liquidity, and substitutability.’
    • ‘Sappho moves towards the abstract by employing the substitutability of things, people, shops.’
    • ‘The greater productivity and lack of perfect substitutability for the traditional teaching material gives these materials the potential to substantially enhance learning.’

Pronunciation

substitutability

/sʌbstɪtjuːtəˈbɪlɪti/