Definition of traversable in US English:

traversable

adjective

  • See traverse

    • ‘It, too, was separated from the rest of the land, but only by easily traversable grasslands and hills.’
    • ‘The researchers found that the flies first visually measure the gap width and then only cross the gap if it is a traversable width.’
    • ‘Hence we may assume local woods had the normal mix of mature and younger trees and were quite traversable.’
    • ‘The only flat, traversable region of the Isthmus is on the Pacific side - where the coastal Zapotecs live.’
    • ‘You can't leave the track just anywhere, no matter how traversable the road shoulder may appear.’

Pronunciation

traversable

/trəˈvərsəb(ə)l//trəˈvərsəb(ə)l/