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One upside of renting can be having more disposable income to enjoy life. The Sun (2016)It also found the under 30s have the lowest disposable income. The Sun (2016)After building some cash savings, he should consider how to increase his disposable income. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The typical rent for a one-bedder is two-thirds of the average disposable income. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also makes it a lot easier to see - and then streamline - where that disposable cash is going. The Sun (2016) Plastic packaging and disposable nappies clogged the refuse disposal system. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Turn a disposable piping bag inside out. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So there goes your disposable income to have a little fun. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Three quarters have less disposable cash than a year ago. The Sun (2012)Get a large star nozzle and put it into a disposable piping bag. The Sun (2014)Americans have less disposable cash in their pockets. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They must look at how much disposable cash people have left after credit card bills and other loans are paid off. The Sun (2009)Europe and America to pay more for what are mainly disposable products. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Ah, that must be the first disposable plastic coffee cup. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Soaring fuel bills were responsible for the first decline in families' disposable income in a year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I like to use a disposable piping bag. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Is it... disposable plastic cups? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Over one in five UK households now spend more than a tenth of their disposable income on energy bills. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If not, regular mums like me will cut you down to size faster than we can make up formula milk or change a disposable nappy. The Sun (2013)They're happy to buy physical product, and they have disposable income. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He said with pay rising by around two per cent, disposable cash was set to rise by more in the coming year than during the previous six. The Sun (2015)I'm also wearing plastic overalls, disposable boots and a plastic hoodie. The Sun (2013)Raise the price of alcohol, thereby more swiftly disposing of that disposable income, but not really tackling the awful bits of getting older. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is a lot to be said for staying power, a rare commodity in our plastic, disposable world but one that we instinctively value. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'disposable'
British English: disposable /dɪˈspəʊzəbl/ ADJECTIVE
Disposable things are designed to be thrown away after use.
- American English: disposable
- Arabic: أُحَادِيُّ الِاسْـتِعْمَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: descartável
- Chinese: 可抛弃的
- Croatian: odbaciv
- Czech: jednorázový na jedno použití
- Danish: engangs-
- Dutch: wegwerpbaar
- European Spanish: desechable
- Finnish: kertakäyttöinen
- French: jetable
- German: Wegwerf-
- Greek: μίας χρήσης
- Italian: monouso
- Japanese: 使い捨ての
- Korean: 일회용
- Norwegian: engangs-
- Polish: zbywalny
- European Portuguese: descartável
- Romanian: consumabil
- Russian: одноразовый
- Spanish: desechable
- Swedish: engångs-
- Thai: ซึ่งออกแบบมาให้ใช้แล้วทิ้ง
- Turkish: tek kullanımlık
- Ukrainian: одноразовий
- Vietnamese: dùng một lần
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