Meaning of deferrable in English:



See defer

‘This might lead to categories such as ‘continuous’, ‘near-continuous’, ‘reliable’ and ‘deferrable’, with qualifications for each based on how long it would take to recover lost data.’
  • ‘The taxation service allows the proceeds of the sale of the lot to be considered part of the involuntary conversion and deferrable if they met certain conditions.’
  • ‘Reports of transactions and loans with an aggregate value less than $10,000 would be deferrable.’