Definitions

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  • n. The property of being exportable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality or state of being suitable for exportation.

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Examples

  • I would have liked to see exportability so my Rock Band avatars could play Beatles songs.

    And Your Bird Can Sing

  • The Committee called for an immediate and easy exportability of products with DES level encryption.

    Testimony Before The Judiciary Committee Concerning The Need For Strong, Legal Computer Encryption

  • "Exportability needs to become ingrained in the requirement setting, commissioning and production processes - because only through exportability can risks and costs be shared in a viable way."

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Whether you plan to export directly or through an agent, preliminary marketing (i.e., business discovery) and market research are essential to verify your products exportability to a given foreign market.

    BNET Articles

  • "The current tax structure, while imperfect, has advantages - exportability, resiliency, things like that," said Randy Landes, finance director for Kansas City.

    Dallas Business News - Local Dallas News | Dallas Business Journal

  • Activision also took a note from the guys at Harmonix and incorporated song exportability into

    A Website for the Older Gamer - 2old2play

  • This essay re-examines the question of the exportability of democracy in the light of the cosmopolitan project.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • While devaluation would increase the exportability of Baltic products, it would also cause defaults among local borrowers with euro-denominated mortgages.

    BONJOUR L'ESTONIE

  • There is no common regional agreement on the maintenance of rights and benefits, the aggregation of insurance periods or on the exportability of benefits.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • A European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on October 18, 2007 declared that the UK had illegally stopped paying benefits, including carers allowance, disability living allowance and attendance allowance by over-riding existing exportability rules.

    This French Life

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