Definition of 'inflatable'
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I am greeted by a giant inflatable snowman. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One of his pieces includes a giant inflatable star dress. The Sun (2014)Their inflatable boat had hit a wave and was caught underneath by a giant gust of wind. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Their inflatable dinghy lost power shortly after it took to sea. Times, Sunday Times (2015)At least three kayaks and a rigid inflatable boat supervised the swim. The Sun (2015)The sides are made from strong inflatable plastic, making sinking almost impossible. The Sun (2013)She goes down a storm, not least when she struts about playing a giant inflatable guitar. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Behold, the giant inflatable flying saucer that hovers in the air! Times, Sunday Times (2015)You've dug out the pump for the inflatable dinghy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And Harry got to play with an inflatable banana. The Sun (2012)The following day a 50,000 rigid hull inflatable boat was found ditched on the shore. The Sun (2016)High, although the inflatable raft has eight chambers so if one bursts you can still keep going. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The musicians emerged through a swirling cloud of smoke from the middle of a giant silver inflatable doughnut set at the back of the stage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE bright orange stripe of an inflatable plastic boom cuts through the verdant north Alaskan tundra like an open wound. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Survivors, seen waving from rooftops, were rescued by rope and inflatable raft. The Sun (2012)A FOOTBALL fan was convicted yesterday of attacking a match steward with an inflatable plastic shark. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'inflatable'
British English: inflatable /ɪnˈfleɪtəbl/ ADJECTIVE
An inflatable object is one that you fill with air when you want to use it.
...an inflatable boat.
- American English: inflatable
- Arabic: قَابِلٌ لِلْنَفْخِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inflável
- Chinese: 可膨胀的
- Croatian: na napuhavanje
- Czech: nafukovací
- Danish: oppustelig
- Dutch: opblaasbaar
- European Spanish: hinchable
- Finnish: ilmalla täytettävä
- French: gonflable
- German: aufblasbar
- Greek: φουσκωτός
- Italian: gonfiabile
- Japanese: 膨らませることのできる
- Korean: 부풀릴 수 있는
- Norwegian: oppblåsbar
- Polish: dmuchany
- European Portuguese: insuflável
- Romanian: gonflabil
- Russian: надувной
- Spanish: inflable
- Swedish: uppblåsbar uppblåsbart
- Thai: ที่ทำให้พองได้
- Turkish: şişirilebilir
- Ukrainian: надувний
- Vietnamese: có thể bơm phồng
British English: inflatable NOUN
An inflatable is an inflatable object, especially a small boat.
...floats, tubes, and other inflatables.
Definition of inflatable from the Collins English Dictionary
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