Definition of enforceable in English:

enforceable

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfɔːsəbl/ /ɛnˈfɔːsəbl/

adjective

  • (of a law, rule, or obligation) able to be imposed so that it must be complied with.

    ‘a binding and enforceable contract’
    ‘there was no legally enforceable right of residency’
    • ‘The case for international legally enforceable minimum standards is irrefutable.’
    • ‘Some countries do not have enforceable security laws on their statute books.’
    • ‘There were no specific and enforceable requirements with respect to the reliability of the reported figures.’
    • ‘Generally, a restriction lasting more then 12 months will not be enforceable.’
    • ‘Clauses that are too widely drafted may not be enforceable.’
    • ‘But this was never introduced as an enforceable code of conduct.’
    • ‘The duties owed by the pastor to the church are not contractual or enforceable.’
    • ‘In the event it was the only enforceable agreement made between them.’
    • ‘The decision reached by the arbitrator is legally binding and enforceable.’
    • ‘Ultimately any human right only becomes real when it is entrenched in enforceable national legislation.’

Pronunciation

enforceable

/ɪnˈfɔːsəbl/ /ɛnˈfɔːsəbl/