nonbreakable

nonbreakable

(ˌnɒnˈbreɪkəbl)
adj
not easily broken
Translations

nonbreakable

[ˌnɒnˈbreɪkəbl] adjincassablenonce word [ˈnɒnswɜːrd] nmot créé pour l'occasion

nonbreakable

[ˈnɒnˈbreɪkəbl] adjinfrangibile
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Trust, as you may recall from my last column, is one of the three nonbreakable requirements for building loyalty, according to James Kane's "Science of Loyalty.
Collation includes not only the number of sides, or fraction of a side, taken up by the work, and the disc diameter in inches; it also includes playing speed; automatic or manual sequence; and whether the disc is shellac or nonbreakable.
The properties of casings are very much dependant on soaking medium and the soaking duration, therefore these parameters should be set very carefully in order to produce an elastic and nonbreakable casing.
Oral fluid-collection devices should be easy to handle, be nonbreakable, and minimize the chance of contaminating the surroundings or the person collecting the sample.
Participants should bring a picnic dinner, place settings and drinks in nonbreakable containers for dinner, and meet at Orchard Point Marina, Dock 'A', Fern Ridge Lake.
Food items should be in nonbreakable containers, such as boxes and cans.
The nonperishable foods, such as canned soup, canned vegetables, pasta, rice, and cereal, should be put in boxes or other nonbreakable containers.
She believes that certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA) have a nonbreakable tie with MONA and all Missouri nurses and sees it as a strong point that neither group should ever forget.
Rather than risking the favorite heirloom as well as the cat, hang ornaments of cloth, straw, wood or other nonbreakable materials at a cat's eye level.
teams compete by picking up nonbreakable objects using only a bed sheet.
Feinberg cited sports events, beaches and activities such as fishing and camping where the nonbreakable package can be carried.