- n. The property of being understandable.
- n. the quality of comprehensible language or thought
“Beth has a talent for adding insight and 'understandability' to the unique specialties of her guests," said Bonita Banducci, the author of Unmasking the Gender Effect who has appeared on Wilson's show.”
“The point of course is that really terrible punctuation does affect what you would probably call "understandability" and I would call the ability to understand.”
“Systems often do not meet what I call an ‘understandability standard.’”
“Marks awarded based on understandability of the code.”
“This is in order to maintain understandability across generations and to aid the formation of new words acording to the rules already in place.”
“You might try that as an exercise: Reread the story and see if there are any parts of the background that can be removed without destroying the story's understandability and credibility.”
“Further advantage comes from the 'Drupal Way,' shorthand speak between drupal developers referring to the strict standards and practices that make sure that all Drupal code is structured and documented carefully for security, cleanliness, and understandability.”
“HEFNER: Well, I think understandability should be a goal here.”
“Technical language, advice understandability, and perceptions of expertise and trustworthiness: the case of the financial planner.”
“In math people abstract for increased power to the detriment of understandability.”
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