Definition of securable in English:

securable

adjective

See secure

‘The letter continues that Westport needs several playgrounds dotted around the town, which need to be sturdy and securable at night to prevent vandalism.’
  • ‘It's designed for Night Deposits at petrol stations and convenience stores, but we use it to make sure our software is quickly securable.’
  • ‘First, personally, I do happen to think that Linux is more securable than Windows, and I've said so repeatedly in this very column over the years.’
  • ‘The helicopter is securable for deck movement up to Sea State 5.’
  • ‘It also must be somewhat gun-like and easily securable on the person.’

Pronunciation

securable

/səˈkyo͝orəb(ə)l/ /səˈkjʊrəb(ə)l/