Definition of targetable in US English:

targetable

adjective

  • See target

    • ‘However, mass media's share of advertising is declining now as marketers boost spending on more targetable, narrowcast media.’
    • ‘The aircraft would be vastly more effective against these sorts of targets if it delivered a large number of much smaller, individually targetable weapons.’
    • ‘Each missile consists of ten independently targetable multiple re-entry vehicles (MIRV's), each with a 100 kt nuclear warhead.’
    • ‘Overlooked by campaigns as a luxury affordable by only the biggest national races, online advertising is now a highly targetable, viable option in just about any race.’
    • ‘Digital marketing is non-linear, interactive, targetable, measurable, and most important, user-initiated - it puts user choice and personal preference at the forefront of the experience.’

Pronunciation

targetable

/ˈtärɡədəb(ə)l//ˈtɑrɡədəb(ə)l/