benchmarkable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

benchmark +‎ -able

Adjective[edit]

benchmarkable (comparative more benchmarkable, superlative most benchmarkable)

  1. From which a benchmark (standard metric) can be derived.
    benchmarkable test scores
    • 2003, Iain Aitken, Value-Driven IT Management, page 253:
      It is not benchmarkable and it will almost inevitably be fudgeable and inaccurate to some extent, even with your best efforts to attribute benefits to specific IT changes.