Definition of versatility in US English:

versatility

noun

  • Ability to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities.

    ‘a writer of remarkable versatility’
    ‘the versatility of the modern computer as a study aid’
    • ‘Processed cheese gives the product versatility to handle different temperature ranges, for longer storage times.’
    • ‘This is the latest movie to offer a sampling of the actor's largely unsung versatility.’
    • ‘The versatility of such a basic structure is impressive, considering it is used in various points in processing and for an array of products.’
    • ‘Our customers truly enjoy the tremendous degree of versatility of our line.’
    • ‘Whether still lifes or landscapes, the human figure or abstraction, the versatility of the medium has attracted some of today's most skilled draughtsmen.’

Pronunciation

versatility

/ˌvərsəˈtɪlədi//ˌvərsəˈtilədē/