Learn how to say Movability correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word movable:
1capable of being moved:
they stripped the town of all movable objects and fled
(of a feast or festival) variable in date from year to year:
a perpetual calendar for all religious feasts, both fixed and movable
2 Law (of property) of the nature of a chattel, as distinct from land or buildings:
a man of sufficient movable property but with hardly any land
Compare with heritable (sense 2).
property or possessions not including land or buildings:
in many cases the movables are the facilities and stock-in-trade of a business
a tax of one shilling in the pound on movables
an article of furniture that may be removed from a house, as distinct from a fixture:
all the movables have been removed and the roof has fallen in
late Middle English: from Old French, from moveir ‘to move’
Movable can also be spelled moveable, with an e in the middle; both are correct.