convertible

All Adjective Noun
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  • The sixth series convertibles also featured different seats than either both earlier cars.
  • A convertible version was made available in small numbers for special use.
  • The convertible model had power windows and a two-way power seat.
  • Facilities would be designed to be convertible to light rail when more funds became available.
  • A convertible security is a security that can be converted into another security.
  • When dollars were fully convertible into gold via the gold standard, both were regarded as money.
  • One being a convertible, and the other being a hard top.
  • Originally, the vehicle was a simple red convertible with nothing special in its functions.
  • Two terms are convertible if there exists a term that they both reduce to.
  • They also developed a system for turning modern all-steel saloon cars into convertibles.
  • All these developed countries already have fully convertible capital accounts.
  • Convertibles also had a two way power seat adjuster and power windows standard.
  • Its convertible top could be raised and locked in under a minute.
  • At the time of its debut, most convertibles were still using a plastic rear window.
  • The convertible top was easily and quickly removed as needed.
  • Convertibles acquired power windows, seat and top as standard equipment.
  • These were a longer Ambassador series and new convertibles for the larger models.
  • There were no K-platform convertibles, at least none right from the factory.
  • New standard features included front and rear (except on convertibles) center seat armrests.
  • Six-cylinder cars were dropped for the home market, and a convertible was added.
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Words starting with convertible

Meaning of convertible

  • noun A car that has top that can be folded or removed
  • noun A corporate security (usually bonds or preferred stock) that can be exchanged for another form of security (usually common stock)
  • noun A sofa that can be converted into a bed
  • adjective Capable of being exchanged for or replaced by something of equal value
    convertible securities