Synonyms for Transferable:
conveyable, assignable, exchangeable, negotiable, consignable, interchangeable.
n.going, seasonal, usable, spare, available, accessible, open, public, on offer, vacant. all-purpose, dual-purpose, universal, versatile, multifunctional, general-purpose, multipurpose, one-size-fits-all, adaptable. •negotiable (noun)
interchangeable, Conductible, consignable, Devisable, portable, exchangeable, transmittable.
assignable, transferrable, movable, moveable, negotiable, conveyable, mobile, transportable, alienable.
general-purpose, all-purpose, multipurpose, dual-purpose, one-size-fits-all, multifunctional. adaptable, versatile, universal. •transportable
•Other relevant words:
exchangeable, interchangeable, portable, consignable, conveyable, one-size-fits-all, all-purpose, multipurpose, adaptable, multifunctional, dual-purpose, transmittable, versatile, Devisable.
Usage examples for transferable
According to the principle that vast tracts: of the earth's surface, with the human beings feeding upon: them, were transferable in fee- simple from one man or woman to another by marriage, inheritance, or gift, a heterogeneous collection of kingdoms, principalities, provinces, and: wildernesses had been consolidated, without geographical continuity, into an artificial union- the populations differing from each other as much as human beings can differ, in race, language, institutions, and historical traditions, and resembling each other in little, save in being the property alike of the same fortunate individual. – History of the United Netherlands, 1598 by John Lothrop Motley
But as the public companies established in this kingdom have often occasion to borrow money under their common seal, which bonds, so sealed, are transferable and pass currently from hand to hand as ready money, so for the greater security of the subject the counterfeiting the common seal of the South Sea Company, or altering any bond or obligation of the said company, is rendered felony without benefit of clergy. – Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences by Arthur L. Hayward