- converted rice,
- converted steel,
- converter reactor,
- convertible bond,
- convertible debenture,
- convertible insurance,
- convertible lens,
- convertible preferred stock
Origin of convertible
Examples from the Web for convertible
By the way, a mint condition 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible can now sell for as much as $350,000.
Pat Roberts owns a convertible that is registered to his Alexandria, VA home, with Virginia vanity plates reading “PR-USS.”There's No Place Like Home For Kansas Senator Pat Roberts|Ben Jacobs|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The video follows the twosome on their romantic tryst, from canoodling in bed to riding carefree in a convertible.Psy, Macklemore & More of the Best Music Videos of the Week (VIDEO)|Jean Trinh|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I had a Barbie convertible, the kitchen, the house, the building, everything.
He even bought a convertible sports car for his fiftieth birthday.
But then, in this department, as in all others, Fashion and Beauty are not convertible terms.
Ecstasy, imagination, and the unconscious are all convertible and synonymous terms for the primary source of poetry.The Literature of Ecstasy|Albert Mordell
The car that was used was a 1956 specially built Cadillac, open, a convertible, seven-passenger Cadillac.Warren Commission (5 of 26): Hearings Vol. V (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
He does not attempt to show how Nempthur and Alcluid are to be considered as convertible terms.
Fifteen minutes later, Corson climbed into the convertible and leaned over and kissed Rhoda Kane.Ten From Infinity|Paul W. Fairman
- 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
late 14c., from Old French convertible (13c.), from Late Latin convertibilis "changeable," from Latin convertere (see convert (v.)). The noun is recorded from 1610s; meaning "automobile with a fold-down top" is from 1916.