from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Able to be delivered.
- n. The tangible end product; that which will be delivered.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being, or about to be, delivered; necessary to be delivered.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be or is to be delivered.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something that can be provided as the product of development
- adj. suitable for or ready for delivery
The winner would have to understand that simply providing the deliverable is not the end story for any marketer, you actually need to get exposure and traffic.
If one is found, Mr. Obama may get a nice "deliverable" - an open door through which American firms, as originally expected, can sell nuclear equipment to India and provide jobs at home.
That was not a so-called deliverable that we knew would be here.
The deliverable is a complete summary of products that work and don't work, the state of interoperability, and other aspects of the gear.
The other European project I'm involved in for CETIS is called the deliverable D2. 2, mainly working with Jad Najjar.
The deliverable should be a high quality designed PDF document with all the content (described above), including a Table of Contents, you will create the images and link references to complete the project if need be.
The deliverable will be a something that a fellow MBA student can go to, and in about 15-20 minutes, learn a lot of what you feel an MBA ought to know about that technology.
I think that what the White House would like to do is have some kind of deliverable for the American public, to say in six months we hope that these banks are going to get on board with some creative small business lending initiatives and that they will start to support very key parts of our financial market regulation, that now they're starting to get it.
Your "deliverable" for Sunday evening is clean laundry and paid bills.
Not only does this increase the "deliverable" that we can offer our African hosts but it provides invaluable support to American companies seeking to enter or expand in Africa's most significant markets.