Definition of transformable in English:



See transform

‘Detachable sleeves, reversible jackets, transformable caps, drapes held up with snap buttons are not only user-friendly, but give people freedom.’
  • ‘A fully transformable space, it can be sited just about anywhere, with a flexible, folding facade that opens up or closes the interior as required.’
  • ‘And the notions of the ideas about man's relationship to nature, are, by their nature, transformable into expressions of society's relationship to nature, and of man's natural relationship to man.’
  • ‘Many more bacteria strains may be able to transform only under narrow, but natural conditions; such species may not yet have been identified as transformable.’
  • ‘It is easily transformable and can describe any type of content.’



/tran(t)sˈfôrməb(ə)l/ /træn(t)sˈfɔrməb(ə)l/