defectible

defectible

(dɪˈfɛktəbəl)
adj
having the ability to fail
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In BCSA cement there are no defectible amounts of celite, and therefore it exhibits the greatest sulfate resistance, even better than Type V portland cement.
A la autoridad secular correspondia introducir variaciones o reformas, segun las circunstancias, en todo aquello que, por ser humano es naturalmente defectible y ha sido confiado al gobierno de los hombres.
Physical evil precipitates material shortfalls through natural disasters, chance, and contingency in the nature of economic processes or other nonmoral failures of defectible secondary causes.
La cultura es defectible. En cualquier caso, el pasado exige comprension.