Definition of trainability in English:

trainability

noun

  • See train

    • ‘Research the breeds to find the one with the right size, energy level, trainability and temperament for your lifestyle.’
    • ‘If you want to do specialized training, consider breeds known for courage and trainability.’
    • ‘Also relevant are management assumptions about current literacy levels and about the trainability of the current workforce.’
    • ‘Phase 1 selects students for further training, based on their suitability and trainability.’
    • ‘Mind you, I understand that babies have the same trainability, plus they can learn cool tricks - takes longer to housebreak 'em though.’

Pronunciation

trainability

/treɪnəˈbɪlɪti/