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dis·card

 (dĭ-skärd′)
v. dis·card·ed, dis·card·ing, dis·cards
v.tr.
1. To throw away; reject.
2.
a. To throw out (a playing card) from one's hand.
b. To play (a card other than a trump) from a suit different from that of the card led.
v.intr.
To discard a playing card.
n. (dĭs′kärd′)
1.
a. The act of discarding in a card game.
b. A discarded playing card.
2. One that is discarded or rejected.

dis·card′a·ble adj.
dis·card′er n.

discardable

(dɪsˈkɑːdəbəl)
adj
disposable; suitable for discarding
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For the large world powers, like the United States of America, international law appears to be a discardable item, to be used only when it suits your interests.
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During the analysis, the sample-reagent mixture was stirred with a discardable PTFE- (polytetrafluoroethylene-) coated magnetic stirrer (800U/min).
During the analysis, the sample-reagent mixture was stirred with a discardable PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) coated magnetic stirrer (800U/min).