Definition of transformable in US English:

transformable

adjective

  • See transform

    • ‘Detachable sleeves, reversible jackets, transformable caps, drapes held up with snap buttons are not only user-friendly, but give people freedom.’
    • ‘A fully transformable space, it can be sited just about anywhere, with a flexible, folding facade that opens up or closes the interior as required.’
    • ‘It is easily transformable and can describe any type of content.’
    • ‘Many more bacteria strains may be able to transform only under narrow, but natural conditions; such species may not yet have been identified as transformable.’
    • ‘And the notions of the ideas about man's relationship to nature, are, by their nature, transformable into expressions of society's relationship to nature, and of man's natural relationship to man.’

Pronunciation

transformable

/tran(t)sˈfôrməb(ə)l//træn(t)sˈfɔrməb(ə)l/