Capable of being adjusted; capable of being altered so as to match or fit a specific requirement or condition.
Late 16th century: from french ajustable, from ajuster "to adjust", from à "to" + joust "fit".
- The chair has an adjustable height.
- She wore an adjustable brace to support her back.
- The watch has an adjustable band.
- The oven temperature is adjustable.
- The adjustable wrench is a versatile tool.