Removable - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈmuvəbəl|  American pronunciation of the word removable
Brit.  |rɪˈmuːvəbl̩|  British pronunciation of the word removable

adjective

- able to be obliterated completely (syn: obliterable)

Examples

Remove the trash from the front yard.

My tonsils were removed when I was five years old.

Trees help to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

These new findings should remove any doubt about his innocence.

What's a good way to remove stains from a silk dress?

The new law would remove obstacles to obtaining a work permit.

He was removed from office.

She thrives when she's at some remove from mainstream society.

...their farm is just a remove of two miles from the town center...

The judges were removable at the royal pleasure.

a sofa with removable cloth covers

The bowl is removable for ease of cleaning.

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