Meaning of sortable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsɔːtəbl/


See sort

‘People one knows are thus conveniently sortable into three categories, rather than just two.’
  • ‘Queries for ‘digital cameras’ or ‘black socks’ return a list of products sortable by price or by merchant.’
  • ‘The resources, interests and experiences of your volunteers should be documented on their volunteer sign-up form, and entered into a sortable database.’
  • ‘This new tool, a juiced-up version of sortable stats, is unlike anything fantasy owners ever have seen.’
  • ‘The probe is preferably immobilized in an array or on sortable beads.’