Definition of reproducible in English:

reproducible

adjective

  • Able to be reproduced or copied.

    ‘the logo should be easily reproducible’
    • ‘reproducible laboratory experiments’
    • ‘Land is supremely characterized by its inelasticity of reproducible supply.’
    • ‘Even within the domain of reproducible products, quantity of labour is by no means the only determinant of price.’
    • ‘Creating ambient light in a completely reproducible way is pretty challenging.’
    • ‘Not only is art reproducible, it no longer requires an original.’
    • ‘There's no effective substitute for experimental verification and reproducible results.’
    • ‘Objects are very poor at providing predictable and reproducible software behavior.’
    • ‘The test is more sensitive, quicker, and more reproducible than older methods.’
    • ‘For decades, the moguls groused because their products, unlike cars and potato chips, were not endlessly reproducible.’
    • ‘All parts are printed in clear, easy-to-read notation, and all but the piano and conductor's score are reproducible.’
    • ‘While the work is inherently reproducible, the authorization to do so is limited.’

Pronunciation

reproducible

/ˌrēprəˈd(y)o͞osəb(ə)l/ /ˌriprəˈd(j)usəb(ə)l/