• Definition for "convertible"
    • That can be transformed: a convertible sofa-bed.
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convertible definition

  • adjective:
    • That can be transformed: a convertible sofa-bed.
    • Having a top that may be collapsed straight back or eliminated: a convertible car.
    • Lawfully exchangeable for silver or another currency: bucks convertible into yen.
    • Able to be transformed
    • with the capacity of becoming turned or turned
    • with the capacity of becoming exchanged or interchanged, mutual, interchangeable
    • Having the to be converted into an unusual security, usually typical stock, on owner's alternative
    • with the capacity of becoming converted; prone of change; transmutable; transformable.
    • Capable of becoming exchanged or interchanged; mutual; compatible.
    • with the capacity of becoming altered in material as though by alchemy
    • made to be changed from 1 use or kind to some other
    • capable of being exchanged for or changed by anything of equal value
  • noun:
    • Something that is transformed.
    • A convertible vehicle.
    • A convertible security.
    • A car whoever roof are removed or collapsed
    • A hybrid safety which can be changed into stock
    • A portable computer that may be physically converted between laptop and tablet designs.
    • a sofa that may be became a bed
    • a corporate safety (usually bonds or preferred stock) that can be exchanged for another type of safety (usually typical stock)
    • an automobile that includes top that may be folded or removed
  • others:
    • effective at becoming altered in type, compound, or problem; vulnerable of change; transmutable; transformable: since, metal is convertible into metal, and wood into charcoal.
    • with the capacity of being turned into an equivalent by change; transformable by shared transfer: because, bonds or scrip convertible into other securities; convertible property.
    • Specifically, in banking and com., effective at being converted or turned into gold of comparable amount whenever you want: applied to bank-notes as well as other forms of paper money: because, a convertible report currency.
    • effective at becoming used or turned, regarding a unique use.
    • So constituted as to be interchangeable; comparable in a few or all areas.
    • In reasoning, true, or asserted to be true, after transformation and/or interchange of subject and predicate. See transformation, 2.
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