Definition of recoverability in US English:

recoverability

noun

  • See recoverable

    • ‘The recoverability and security of all types of information is becoming increasingly important, he added.’
    • ‘The facts in those cases were not typical and questions of recoverability of damages could have been critical.’
    • ‘Administrators find themselves in a Catch-22 situation - the more the business relies on the data, the more it needs frequent backups to ensure fast recoverability.’
    • ‘This has a direct effect on the recoverability of premiums, which have to be seen as being ‘reasonable’.’
    • ‘Likewise, categorizing data also helps prioritize and ensure the recoverability of data based on its value to the business.’

Pronunciation

recoverability

/-ˌkəvərəˈbilətē/