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Definition of "transferability" [trans•fer•a•bil•i•ty]

  • The ability of something to be transferred. (noun)
  • The capacity of goods to be transported (linked to their value versus bulk). (noun)
  • The invariance of properties associated with an atom (or fragment) present in a variety of molecules. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "transferability" in a sentence
  • "Literacy implies some kind of transferability which is, presumably, why educators like it as it assumes more than mere 'competence'."
  • "Among them, we should have such formulæ as the single rate of profits and wages; which imply the 'transferability' of labour and capital, or the flow of either element to the best-paid employment."
  • "Certain personality traits, special talents, aptitudes, physical capabilities, experience, and the like are important (sometimes essential) for successful performance in many jobs, but they have narrower (or unknown) applicability or "transferability" across tasks and settings compared with general intelligence."