Definition of linkable in English:

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linkable

Pronunciation: /ˈliNGkəbəl/

adjective

1Capable of being linked with or to something: a phenomenon linkable to certain temporary circumstances in America
More example sentences
  • Because the light bar is a modular lighting system, it's linkable, which is great for spreading the light throughout your workspace.
  • Companies have been limited to traditional fluorescent, linkable lighting technologies that are labor-intensive to maintain.
  • The new "designer crisis" should be multi-faceted and linkable to a large number of other fake crises of the type the middle class thrill to.
2 Computing (Of online content) capable or worthy of being linked to: the article has a nice graphic explaining the process, although it isn’t linkable let’s take a look at how to use these tools to generate linkable content
More example sentences
  • Wikipedia is working on making any word or phrase linkable to an array of information about that word.
  • Why, for example, don't galleries provide total, linkable guides to every new exhibition?
  • I'd post a video or sound file if I could find a postable or linkable one, but I can't; you'll just have to imagine it.

Derivatives

linkability

noun
Example sentences
  • There's a high degree of overlap between ranking factors and what makes a page highly shareable (reputability of the source, linkability, quality of the content).
  • Ssoetimes you may need to sacrifice relevancy for linkability.
  • The linkability of niche websites is often bigger than that of more generic sites.

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Syllabification: link·a·ble

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