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dis·pos·a·ble

 (dĭ-spō′zə-bəl)
adj.
1. Designed to be disposed of after use: disposable diapers; disposable razors.
2.
a. Remaining to a person after taxes have been deducted: disposable income.
b. Free for use; available: Every disposable piece of equipment was sent to the fire.
n.
Something, such as a diaper or hypodermic syringe, that can be disposed of after one use.

dis·pos′a·bil′i·ty n.
dis·pos′a·bly adv.

disposable

(dɪˈspəʊzəbəl)
adj
1. designed for disposal after use: disposable cups.
2. (Economics) available for use if needed: disposable assets.
n
3. something, such as a baby's nappy, that is designed for disposal
4. (Marketing) (plural) short for disposable goods
disˌposaˈbility, disˈposableness n

dis•pos•a•ble

(dɪˈspoʊ zə bəl)

adj.
1. designed for or capable of being thrown away after being used or used up.
2. free for use; available.
n.
3. something disposable after use, as a paper cup.
[1645–55]
dis•pos`a•bil′i•ty, dis•pos′a•ble•ness, n.
dis•pos′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disposable - an item that can be disposed of after it has been used
item - a whole individual unit; especially when included in a list or collection; "they reduced the price on many items"
Adj.1.disposable - free or available for use or disposition; "every disposable piece of equipment was sent to the fire"; "disposable assets"
nondisposable - (of assets) unavailable for use
2.disposable - designed to be disposed of after use; "disposable paper cups"
nondisposable - not designed to be thrown away after use

disposable

adjective
1. throwaway, paper, plastic, one-use, expendable, nonreturnable disposable nappies for babies up to 8lb
2. available, expendable, free for use, consumable, spendable, at your service He had little disposable income.
Translations
أُحَادِيُّ الِاسْـتِعْمَالمُمْكِن التَّخَلُّص مِنْهُ
jednorázovýna jedno použití
engangs-
kertakäyttöinen
odbaciv
egyszer használatos
einnota
使い捨ての
일회용
za enkratno uporabo
engångs-
ซึ่งออกแบบมาให้ใช้แล้วทิ้ง
atılankullanılıptek kullanımlık
dùng một lần

disposable

[dɪsˈpəʊzəbl]
A. ADJ
1. (= not reusable) [nappy] → desechable, de usar y tirar
disposable goodsproductos mpl desechables or no reutilizables
2. (= available) → disponible
disposable assetsactivos mpl disponibles
disposable incomerenta f disponible
B. N (= nappy) → pañal m desechable, pañal m de usar y tirar

disposable

[dɪˈspəʊzəbəl] adj (= throwaway) [syringe, razor, gloves, cigarette lighter] → jetable; [contact lenses] → jetable; [camera] → jetable
disposable nappy (British) disposable diaper (US)couche f jetable, couche-culotte f jetabledisposable income nrevenus mpl disponibles, revenu m disponible

disposable

adj
(= throwaway)Wegwerf-; disposable razorWegwerfrasierer m; disposable nappy (Brit) → Wegwerfwindel f; disposable syringe/needleEinwegspritze f/-nadel f; all acupuncture needles are now disposablealle Akupunkturnadeln werden heute nach Gebrauch weggeworfen; disposable contact lensesKontaktlinsen plzum Wegwerfen
(fig, = unimportant) person, music, artunbedeutend
(= available)verfügbar
n disposables
pl (= containers)Einwegbehälter pl; (= nappies)Wegwerfwindeln pl

disposable

[dɪsˈpəʊzəbl] adj (not reusable, razor, camera) → usa e getta inv; (available, income) → disponibile
disposable nappy (Brit) → pannolino

dispose

(diˈspəuz) verb
1. to make inclined. I am not disposed to help him.
2. to arrange or settle.
diˈsposable adjective
intended to be thrown away or destroyed after use. disposable cups/plates.
diˈsposal noun
the act of getting rid of something. the disposal of waste paper.
at one's disposal
available for one's use. They put a car at his disposal during his stay.
dispose of
to get rid of. I've disposed of your old coat.

disposable

أُحَادِيُّ الِاسْـتِعْمَال jednorázový engangs- Wegwerf- μίας χρήσης desechable kertakäyttöinen jetable odbaciv monouso 使い捨ての 일회용 wegwerpbaar engangs- zbywalny descartável одноразовый engångs- ซึ่งออกแบบมาให้ใช้แล้วทิ้ง tek kullanımlık dùng một lần 可抛弃的

disposable

a. desechable.

disposable

adj desechable
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