語源mash + -able
形容詞mashable (comparative more mashable, superlative most mashable)
･Of a consistency suitable for mashing.
･1892, William Hill Tucker, Arthur Christopher Benson, Eton of Old
[…] legs, loins, shoulders, and necks, accompanied with mashed potatoes, so long as they were mashable […]
･1998, Greta Breedlove, The Herbal Home Spa
Cook the pumpkin until mashable with a potato masher.
･(Internet, informal) Suitable for inclusion in a mashup.
･2007, Dana Moore, Raymond Budd, Edward Benson, Professional Rich Internet Applications
As mentioned earlier, mashable services often require some sort of identifying information to understand what applications use their capabilities.
･2008, Raymond Yee, Pro Web 2.0 Mashups
That is, this chapter answers the question, how would you as a content producer make your digital content most effectively remixable and mashable to users?