Definition of embeddable in English:


Pronunciation /ɪmˈbɛdəb(ə)l/ /ɛmˈbɛdəb(ə)l/


  • 1Capable of being embedded in something.

    ‘healthcare providers of the future are likely to use embeddable medical devices to monitor patients’
    • ‘Embeddable tweets will offer some publishers a new way of gaining exposure on a topic.’
    • ‘According to the website's rules, this video highlight is not yet embeddable.’
    • ‘The domestic version is slightly different, but not yet available in an embeddable format.’
    • ‘How about a full first episode, available for free online right now (albeit not embeddable)?’
    • ‘Get social with new embeddable badges and widgets plus a new Facebook Application.’
    • ‘Silver nanowires may be more valuable than gold when it comes to developing low cost wearable technology and embeddable sensors for healthcare-focused applications.’
    • ‘Over the last decade, most countries have moved toward using credit cards that carry information on embeddable microchips rather than magnetic strips.’
    • ‘Furthermore, if the app is not embeddable, the underlying database is freely downloadable in different formats.’
    • ‘Or if you already have an image you can make it embeddable by using this embed code generator.’
    • ‘You can create embeddable content, but using a confusing, separate tool that (at the moment) only supports album content.’
    • ‘He says embeddable, injectable and ingestible devices are the future for mobile payments and sensitive online interactions.’
    1. 1.1(of a video or other item of data) able to be incorporated within the body of a web page or other document.
      ‘if you want to watch this live, CBS News has an embeddable video stream’



/ɪmˈbɛdəb(ə)l/ /ɛmˈbɛdəb(ə)l/