(comparative more deliverable, superlative most deliverable)
- Able to be delivered.
- The packages were not deliverable because the roads had flooded out.
- (business, management) The tangible end product; that which will be delivered.
- Due to inclement weather, we will be unable to provide our deliverables.
- We packaged the deliverable, a program called FLOOD.EXE, in an installer file.
deliver +"Ž -able
deliverable - Computer Definition
The measurable result or output of a process.
deliverable - Investment & Finance Definition
A commodity or financial instrument that meets the settlement requirements outlined by a futures or options exchange.