Meaning of reprogrammable in English:

reprogrammable

adjective

See reprogram

‘Thankfully, all three of these buttons are reprogrammable using Logitech's included software.’
  • ‘This typically has a slightly higher cost in power consumption, but that factor is decreasing and the flexibility afforded by a fully reprogrammable architecture cannot be matched.’
  • ‘Altera invented the first reprogrammable logic device more than 20 years ago and its original products are still used in devices being built today.’
  • ‘First-time features for Waring are blue backlight LCD displays and four reprogrammable blending stations.’
  • ‘If a behavior is innate then some day it will become genetically reprogrammable.’