- The ability of a system to accommodate expansion. In hardware, this may include the addition of more memory, more or larger disk drives, and new adapters. In software, expandability may include the ability of a network to add users, nodes, or connections to other networks.
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expandability — ex·pand·abil·i·ty … English syllables
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