Definition of workability in English:

workability

noun

  • See workable

    • ‘We also need to address the issue of workability, which is a particular issue for ‘adaptive’ women with young families and older workers.’
    • ‘I can understand the rationale behind it, although I have to say I wonder about its workability and whether it will work as its supporters think it will.’
    • ‘The oil companies will get their oil after the US government pays to restore the fields to workability.’
    • ‘It requires sensitivity to each country's history and cultures to ensure the workability and legitimacy of the institutions that have to be built as part of the reform.’
    • ‘As with other metal systems, copper is intentionally alloyed to improve its strength without unduly degrading ductility or workability.’

Pronunciation

workability

/wəːkəˈbɪlɪti/