deliverable

[ US /dɪˈɫɪvɝəbəɫ, dɪˈɫɪvɹəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪlˈɪvəɹəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. suitable for or ready for delivery
NOUN
  1. something that can be provided as the product of development
    under this contract the deliverables include both software and hardware
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How To Use deliverable In A Sentence

  • Sometimes the audience is just the person creating it (to help with analysis or just as an aide memoire) but there is usually a wider group of people who are interested in any significant deliverable.
  • They propose a builddown with elimination of many existing weapons, allowing both sides to replace obsolete launchers, both sides to reach a total of five thousand deliverable warheads, that number to remain stable for five years after the three-year reduction period. Red Storm Rising
  • What we need is obvious, graspable and deliverable.
  • The government branded their plans to develop the site as 'undeliverable'. Times, Sunday Times
  • And because the asset has been used before, the developer can demonstrate greater expertise through reference work products and past deliverables and proven engagement models.
  • But he warned with any action 'we have to be more realistic in what is deliverable'. The Sun
  • Factor-in government policies and ambitions and sustaining the tax base looks virtually undeliverable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Suppose the seller puts a letter in the post informing the buyer that the goods are in a deliverable state.
  • Offering teams should propose a payable event schedule for disbursement of these funds based on their integrated set of milestones, accomplishment criteria and deliverables.
  • A bizarre thought and quite undeliverable in a time of austerity. Times, Sunday Times
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