Definition of degradability in US English:

degradability

noun

  • See degrade

    • ‘Additional research is warranted examining factors associated with ruminal degradability of barley grain as ruminal degradability is highly variable and has a large impact on animal performance.’
    • ‘But false claims of biodegradability in the past and a lack of a widely accepted and credible degradability standard have undercut the public's trust.’
    • ‘In the 1970s, however, scientists revisited the idea of using cellulose by exploiting new technologies to enhance its properties whilst maintaining its degradability.’
    • ‘Other studies have demonstrated that maturation frequently limits protein degradation rate and effective protein degradability in a variety of warm- and cool-season grasses.’
    • ‘Additional research is certainly warranted examining factors associated with ruminal degradability of barley grain.’

Pronunciation

degradability

/diˌɡrādəˈbilitē/