Definition of suitability in English:

suitability

noun

  • The quality of being right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation.

    ‘the suitability of residential accommodation varied widely’
    ‘her superiors had doubts about her suitability for the job’
    • ‘Reducing the suitability of habitat for voles lessens the likelihood of future damage.’
    • ‘He at first doubted his student's suitability for the instrument, suggesting instead that he take up the trombone.’
    • ‘The director seems at pains to reflect upon the suitability of his story for younger viewers.’
    • ‘Psychologists evaluate all candidates for CIA employment to determine their suitability for a position of trust.’
    • ‘We're revisiting the venue to qualm any fears about its suitability.’

Pronunciation

suitability

/suːtəˈbɪlɪti/