Etymology
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removable (adj.)

early 15c., remevable, "capable of being removed" from an office or station; 1530s as "capable of being moved from one place to another;" from remove (v.) + -able. Related: Removability.

updated on June 28, 2021

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Definitions of removable from WordNet

removable (adj.)
capable of being removed or taken away or dismissed;
removable partitions
a removable cord
removable (adj.)
able to be obliterated completely;
Synonyms: obliterable
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