Definition of steerable in English:

steerable

adjective

See steer

  • ‘The engineers say that by combining three wheels in a mutually perpendicular arrangement, it should be possible to build a ball-shaped, steerable robot.’
  • ‘The distal end of the sheath is either precurved or is steerable so the electrode tip can be directed to the coronary target site in the left atrium.’
  • ‘A magneto-optical flying head utilizes a steerable mirror in combination with a light source and a lens to write and read data onto a magneto-optical storage disk.’
  • ‘The last jump is made using high-speed, steerable parachutes.’
  • ‘But controlling the sled is an extremely delicate task because only the front runners are steerable.’