Meaning of distributable in English:


Pronunciation /dɪˈstrɪbjʊtəb(ə)l/


See distribute

‘Transferring content from a deteriorating analogue format into a digitally distributable format gives that content a new life.’
  • ‘If your efforts are freely distributable (under copyright or even public domain), I'd like to hear from you, so I can add them to the system.’
  • ‘The accounting documents which are available show that there were no distributable reserves.’
  • ‘Print media is tactile, has more of a sense of permanence, and is distributable without dependence on technology or a connected society.’
  • ‘Anything contributed to the group must be freely distributable, preferably as source code under the Berkeley open-source license.’