configurable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

configure +‎ -able

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /kənˈfɪ.ɡyɚ.ʌbl/

Adjective[edit]

configurable (comparative more configurable, superlative most configurable)

  1. Capable of being configured; customisable; permitting rearrangement or adjustment.
    • 1978, "Computer Automation, Inc.," Computer World, 29 May (retrieved 2 Nov 2010):
      CA's other offering, the Basic Desk, is configurable from a minimum single-terminal, dual-floppy disk system to a four-terminal version supporting multiple floppy and 10M-byte disks.
    • 2006, Alyssa Gruen, "New car models as versatile as a pair of blue jeans," Daily Orange, 30 Nov. (retrieved 2 Nov 2010):
      Configurable in sixty-four possible variations, the Honda Element is, hands-down, the jigsaw puzzle of transportation.

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Spanish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /kon.fi.ɣuˈɾa.βle/

Adjective[edit]

configurable m, f (plural configurables)

  1. configurable