Definition of measurability in English:

measurability

Pronunciation /ˌmeZH(ə)rəˈbilətē/

noun

See measurable

‘Lengths and thicknesses are instances of simple material natures, and measurability in units is one of the ‘common natures’.’
  • ‘Greater accountability leads to greater measurability of impact.’
  • ‘We will consider here four important criteria: usefulness to a company's marketing planning; size of the resulting segments; their measurability; and accessibility.’
  • ‘For years, brand managers have been working in certain ways and until now you have not had this catalytic event of measurability.’
  • ‘The measurability of an online entity is much more precise - you know your site's traffic exactly.’