Definition of 'removable'
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This is the only phone on test with a removable battery. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is usually a removable panel that clips between the top of the windscreen and the rear of the cabin. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The removable covers come in a mix of rich colours, with contrast piping. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You will need a 20cm diameter cake tin with a removable base for this recipe. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One thing: it would be nice if the battery pack were removable for ease of recharging and for security. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Smear a 23cm quiche tin with a removable base with 25g butter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Pour the mixture into a greased 20cm cake tin with a removable base and bake for about 50 minutes. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'removable'
British English: removable /rɪˈmuːvəbl/ ADJECTIVE
A removable part of something is a part that can easily be moved from its place or position.
...a cake tin with a removable base.
- American English: removable
- Arabic: قَابِلٌ لِلنَقْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: removível
- Chinese: 可移动的
- Croatian: odstranjiv
- Czech: snímatelný
- Danish: flytbar
- Dutch: verwijderbaar
- European Spanish: de quita y pon
- Finnish: irrotettava
- French: détachable
- German: abnehmbar
- Greek: αφαιρούμενος
- Italian: rimovibile
- Japanese: 取り外せる
- Korean: 떼어낼 수 있는
- Norwegian: avtakbar
- Polish: usuwalny
- European Portuguese: removível
- Romanian: detașabil
- Russian: съемный
- Spanish: desmontable
- Swedish: borttagbar
- Thai: ที่เคลื่อนที่ได้
- Turkish: taşınabilir
- Ukrainian: пересувний
- Vietnamese: có thể di dời được
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