Capable of being transported; easily moved.(adjective)
Incurring the punishment of transportation or exile to another place.(adjective)
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Use "transportable" in a sentence
"Dutton said SpringSource's application framework "removed the need to build applications against operating systems", which made applications "transportable" - i.e. ready for web deployment."
"An older type of phone, more technically referred to as a transportable, that provides the advantages of an A / C adaptor for unlimited power, an external antenna for better coverage and greater output that creates a stronger signal than a portable phone can offer."
"[Footnote 19: The wheel should be so low that the man could use his rifle without dismounting, and, if possible, it should be 'transportable' (? 'folding').]"