Definition of drivable in US English:

drivable

(also driveable)

adjective

  • See drive

    • ‘It is legally drivable in the streets and can cruise on freeways at the speed of a regular car.’
    • ‘Our attention also focuses on making the engine as driveable as possible, especially in terms of torque control.’
    • ‘Yet all too often, roads remain gated well into the spring ski season - even when they're dry and driveable.’
    • ‘Most of the cars on offer are drivable, but Bonhams motoring specialist Stewart Skilbeck said they present more of a challenge to drive than modern vehicles.’
    • ‘By winter they had a drivable car, and by fall, they were racing it on autocross tracks.’

Pronunciation

drivable

/ˈdrīvəb(ə)l//ˈdraɪvəb(ə)l/