convertibility[ kuh n-vur-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF convertibility
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVERTIBILITY
In no other sense has the convertibility of force any scientific meaning.
The phenomena of convertibility have been already explained.
Convertibility is the distinguishing mark of railroad bonds.
What concerns us here is the convertibility of a logical relation.
In no other sense has the convertibility of force, at present, any scientific meaning.
A high degree of convertibility is only obtained at the sacrifice of some other quality—usually rate of income.
The quality of convertibility divides investors into classes more sharply than any other quality.
The security is too doubtful, the convertibility is too small, and the stability of price too uncertain.
It is impossible to make any general statement in regard to the convertibility of industrial bonds.
Their chief disadvantage, on the other hand, lies in their entire want of convertibility.