Did you mayhaps mean reconfigure?
- adj. That can be reconfigured.
- reconfigure + -able (Wiktionary)
“But increasingly, as with the operations of putting together a startup company, or venture capital, or financial derivatives, or digitization, or combinatorial biology, they are about combining functionalities—actions and business processes—for short-term reconfigurable purposes.”
“A 'reconfigurable' computer, it can re-arrange its internal circuitry to suit the task at hand.”
“This kind of reconfigurable robot could have many uses in space, including performing inspections, assembling devices, and carrying objects.”
“He says few of his friends understand his day job in reconfigurable computing, and don't care to chat about it.”
“I dig the idea of reconfigurable clothing that isn't ugly.”
“Microsoft patents reconfigurable keyboard with touch inputs (electronista) ...”
“Akerley's rendition of this coming-of-age tale unfolds on a set whose bed, reconfigurable wall fragments and repeated pastel design motifs give the production a tinge of pot-brownie dreaminess -- a slightly abstract touch that helps fend off memories of the movie's visual specificity.”
“Once this challenge is met, chief information officers will be able to think about an entirely different IT model: provisioning services by linking multiple providers and applications in a reconfigurable, end-to-end manner.”
“While more advanced production processes make it more costly and complicated to design custom chips from scratch, reconfigurable chips become economical for more applications, executives of the two companies argue.”
“Sactionals are guaranteed for life, reconfigurable into dozens of shapes and they come with covers that are removable and washable.”
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