Capable of being delivered.
Something to be supplied, as to a customer, as part of the process of carrying out a project, developing a product or application, etc.
The measurable result or output of a process.
A commodity or financial instrument that meets the settlement requirements outlined by a futures or options exchange.
The packages were not deliverable because the roads had flooded out.
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.
Origin of deliverable
- deliver +"Ž -able