deliverable

[dih-liv-er-uh-buhl]
adjective
1.
capable of delivery.
noun
2.
something that can be done, especially something that is a realistic expectation: The corporation says that making a profit this year is a deliverable.
3.
something, as merchandise, that is or can be delivered, especially to fulfill a contract: All deliverables are to be shipped within 30 days.

Origin:
1745–55; deliver + -able

deliverability, noun
undeliverable, adjective
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deliverable

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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Example sentences
Each of the grants has built-in deliverables and metrics, and we'll be working
  with them to make sure they meet those goals.
Dollars do not automatically equate to security deliverables.
How can you actually get more security deliverables even if you are going to
  have less fiscal resources.
Reviews deliverables prepared by team and executes on deliverables.
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