Definition of modifiable in US English:

modifiable

adjective

  • See modify

    • ‘Note that two out of five of the above characteristics are completely modifiable by human preferences and action: in other words, they are cultural, not biological indicators of difference.’
    • ‘This book reminds the reader that these connections are flexible and modifiable.’
    • ‘Democracy, political rights, and civil liberties are politically modifiable variables that seem to be associated with health status.’
    • ‘And why is a Disabled field modifiable yet not submitted?’
    • ‘So far, Internet standards have functioned as a common resource, accessible to and modifiable by all users.’

Pronunciation

modifiable

/ˌmädəˈfīəb(ə)l//ˌmɑdəˈfaɪəb(ə)l/