Definition of shareable in US English:

shareable

(also sharable)

adjective

  • 1Suitable or intended for sharing with another or others.

    ‘there's a massive menu full of shareable snacks’
    • ‘Reilly's menu has also latched on to a great sharable concept: four items are available by the piece, or by the half-dozen.’
    • ‘A good option if you're dining with friends is the Choix du Chef, a very shareable mixed plate with a bit of everything.’
    • ‘The classics continue all the throughout the menu, with sharable snacks like steamers cooked in beer broth.’
    • ‘The smallest size is more than large enough for one person, and indeed even a little bigger than you might get somewhere else - just on the verge of shareable.’
    • ‘Each of his subjects has a personal history, not readily sharable yet not definitively alien.’
    • ‘Basically we're talking a one-page menu of small, shareable dishes influenced by various international cuisines.’
    • ‘Jazz creates a shareable universe, as reader, characters, and narrator together shape the plot, and an endlessly flexible language, as the story gets told and retold.’
    • ‘Seeing it in writing makes it that much more shareable.’
    • ‘The result is a more creative approach, bolder flavors and higher quality ingredients on sharable plates.’
    • ‘These special and/or extraordinary expenses are generally considered to be shareable between both parents in proportion to their incomes.’
    1. 1.1 Suitable for posting or reposting on a social media website or application.
      ‘every single piece of content is designed to be shareable’
      ‘an app that allows users to make short and shareable videos’
      • ‘Save your annotations as image files or even record the entire annotation process as a sharable video!’
      • ‘By integrating Tumblr users into this series, we're turning Hack My Life into a truly multi-platform experience that's incredibly engaging and sharable.’
      • ‘All of your messages are encrypted, and you control whether images are sharable or not.’
      • ‘From the desktop client, you can now copy shareable links of any of your files so you can send them to your friends.’
      • ‘The map is then shareable with anyone that you choose, which is great for showing friends and family what's up.’
      • ‘It's content that we think is highly engaging and sharable.’
      • ‘It works a bit like iPhoto with its shareable photo streams, but the ability to chat about photos makes it worth checking out.’
      • ‘A couple of engineers make a couple of tweaks and suddenly what was once the most sharable content on the Web is a lot less shared.’
      • ‘There was a hunger for extending our web presence, making stuff more shareable, clickable.’
      • ‘The site mixes entertaining, shareable topics like pets through a conservative-values lens with articles about politics and policy.’

Pronunciation

shareable

/ˈSHerəbəl//ˈʃɛrəbəl/