- IPA: /ˈmjuːtəbl̩/
- Changeable, dynamic, evolutive; inclined to change, evolve, mutate.
- 1608, William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Coriolanus, [Act III, scene i]:
- 1671, John Milton, “Samson Agonistes, […]”, in Paradise Regain’d. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is Added, Samson Agonistes, London: Printed by J. M[acock] for John Starkey […], OCLC 228732398 ↗, lines 415–420, page 83 ↗:
- Maſters commands come with a power reſiſtleſs / To ſuch as owe them abſolute ſubjection; / And for a life who will not change his purpoſe? / (So mutable are all the ways of men) / Yet this be ſure, in nothing to comply / Scandalous or forbidden in our Law.
- (programming, of a variable) Having a value that is changeable during program execution.
- French: mutable
- German: mutabel, veränderlich, veränderbar
- Portuguese: mutável
- Russian: изме́нчивый
- Spanish: mutable
mutable (plural mutables)