expendability


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expendability

[ɪksˌpendəˈbɪlətɪ] Nprescindibilidad f

expendability

n (form, of device, object) → Entbehrlichkeit f; (of person also)Überflüssigkeit f
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Raab supplements Ong's data with some updating, but argues that his main points remain persuasive: "Ong reveals masculinity in the natural order as characterized by expendability, agonistic differentiation, and exteriority.
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