capable of being converted.
having a folding top, as an automobile or pleasure boat.
exchangeable for something of equal value:
debts payable only in convertible currencies.
an automobile or a boat with a folding top.
a sofa, couch, or chair whose seating section can be folded out into a bed.
Finance. a convertible bond or security.
capable of being converted
(of a car) having a folding or removable roof
a bond or debenture that can be converted to ordinary or preference shares on a fixed date at a fixed price
(of a paper currency) exchangeable on demand for precious metal to an equivalent value
(Canadian, of a mortgage) able to be converted into a longer term mortgage without financial penalty
a car with a folding or removable roof
verb (used with object) 1. to prove or declare guilty of an offense, especially after a legal trial: to convict a prisoner of a felony. 2. to impress with a sense of guilt. noun 3. a person proved or declared guilty of an offense. 4. a person serving a prison sentence. adjective 5. Archaic. convicted. […]
verb (used with object), convinced, convincing. 1. to move by argument or evidence to belief, agreement, consent, or a course of action: to convince a jury of his guilt; A test drive will convince you that this car handles well. 2. to persuade; cajole: We finally convinced them to have dinner with us. 3. Obsolete. […]
adjective 1. persuading or assuring by argument or evidence: They gave a convincing demonstration of the car’s safety features. 2. appearing worthy of belief; plausible: The excuse was not convincing. unconvincing /ˌʌnkənˈvɪnsɪŋ/ adjective 1. not credible or plausible adjective 1. credible or plausible 2. (mainly law) persuading by evidence or argument
adjective 1. persuading or assuring by argument or evidence: They gave a convincing demonstration of the car’s safety features. 2. appearing worthy of belief; plausible: The excuse was not convincing. adjective 1. credible or plausible 2. (mainly law) persuading by evidence or argument