Definition of pensionability in US English:

pensionability

noun

  • See pensionable

    • ‘It welcomed the minister's commitment to a forum to deal with the issues of the rate and the pensionability of the allowance.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, talks between teachers' unions and the Department of Education on the issue of pensionability broke down yesterday as both sides failed to hammer out an agreement on the contentious issue.’
    • ‘The issue of pensionability was a key thorn in the side for two other unions which have already voted on the deal.’
    • ‘Although there was some suggestion the rate would be examined and pensionability would be discussed, none of the proposals were firm.’
    • ‘The majority of queries focused on pensionability aspects and the impact on female teachers going on maternity leave and young teachers.’

Pronunciation

pensionability

/ˌpenSHənəˈbilitē/