Definition of changeably in English:

changeably

adverb

  • See changeable

    • ‘By contrast, all other things exist changeably in some respect, so that at some time they were or will be something that they are not now.’
    • ‘Therefore, an analog signal applied to the input terminal is changeably delayed by coaction of the resistors, the capacitors and the emitter resistance adjusted by changing the constant current of the constant current source.’
    • ‘Conventional punching press machines are equipped with a magazine having a plurality of tool holders in which one punch tool is changeably mounted.’

Pronunciation

changeably

/-blē/