Definition of importable in English:


Pronunciation /imˈpôrdəb(ə)l/ /ɪmˈpɔrdəb(ə)l/


See import

‘many reasonably competitive manufacturing industries making exportable and importable products were suddenly exposed to the full rigors of world competition, and have either closed down or emigrated to Australia.’
  • ‘The bank, rather than providing that information to him in a form that was importable into his word processing and mail merge software, gave it to him in plain paper, forcing him to type it in.’
  • ‘Moreover, while he knew that cheaper generics were importable, he said he would not go out of his way to make them available.’