Is there a word that means that something is able to be conducted, like heat or electricity, but more generally/in a metaphorical sense? "Conductible" means "able to conduct" which is counter intuitive.
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You could use "transmissible" or "transmittable"
1a : to send or convey from one person or place to another : FORWARD b : to cause or allow to spread: such as (1) : to convey by or as if by inheritance or heredity : HAND DOWN (2) : to convey (infection) abroad or to another
It does have a connotation of referring to disease, though.
Other words to consider would be "conveyable" and "mobile".
It's not an exact synonym, but heat and electricity are both said to be "transferable" (which also works in a general or metaphorical sense).