Definition of retrievability in English:

retrievability

Pronunciation /riˌtrēvəˈbilətē/

noun

See retrieve

‘I'm afraid our card database may finally have slipped over the horizon of retrievability.’
  • ‘Affordable technology ‘bridges’ move records easily, even at the moment of transaction, between digital, hard copy, or microfilm as needed, easily and with indexing to support retention policies and retrievability.’
  • ‘The book also covers how to add keywords, titles, and descriptions to your Web pages to maximize retrievability by the general search engines.’
  • ‘The database are created for use, after all, so they must also demonstrate very good retrievability and usability.’
  • ‘Has Hollywood finally lost the plot beyond all retrievability?’