from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality of equipment, devices, systems, and associated hardware that permits their being moved from one location to another to interconnect with locally available complementary equipment, devices, systems, associated hardware, or other complementary facilities.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being transportable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being transportable; the capacity of being transported.
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"transportability" expanded at the speed of light.
Innovations in information and communication technology, paired with rapid global developments in the three Ts -- technology, transportability, and tradability -- have created a new channel of growth.
"They also have good transportability and resale value."
Tip: For a picnic or harbor cruise, mix the punch directly in a small insulated cooler for instant and easy transportability.
Fossil fuels are great sources of energy -- they have high-energy density, transportability, relative abundance, and are easily burned [pdf].
Gold and silver are the ideal monetary candidates, since they have the characteristics of money sought for millennia: durability, divisibility, transportability, and lack of susceptibility to counterfeiting.
More diligence from the designer ensures that energy and resource consumption are minimal – the collapsible components come as a kit set for reduced packaging and efficient transportability.
I am not sure that this would suit most grocery stores ease of transportability etc.
Health care reform needs to address, preexisting condition, tort reform, transportability, job to job, state to state competition, elimination of all coverage for illegal aliens including ER services.
But of the three lower-end mobile mice, the Logitech V220 Cordless Optical Mouse delivers the best combination of comfort and transportability.