Definition of increasable in English:


Pronunciation /inˈkrēsəb(ə)l/ /ɪnˈkrisəb(ə)l/


See increase

‘The beam from the inside was increasable, and he saw what the enemy's last sight would be if completely engulfed by the beam.’
  • ‘The use of such increasable volume disposable bags provided with a collar is considerably less expensive than the cost of disposable or single-use bottles.’
  • ‘Initial draft is 16.5 meters increasable to 17.5 meters.’
  • ‘A mortgage should always be increasable meaning that during the term of your mortgage you can increase the amount of the loan for a specific purpose.’
  • ‘If you're considering term life insurance, bear in mind there are multiple variations encompassing increasing term insurance, increasable term insurance, decreasing term insurance, renewable term insurance, convertible term insurance, family income benefit insurance and pension linked term insurance.’