Meaning of discardable in English:


Pronunciation /dɪsˈkɑːdəb(ə)l/


See discard

‘The evenings probably weren't all that unlike the other readings, except that the material was probably more instantly accessible, and, arguably, discardable.’
  • ‘But essentially if something has no impact whatsoever on your existence and there is no way of proving its existence, then it's discardable in all ethical and philosophical terms.’
  • ‘Just because you don't fall into this particular line, or know a few exceptions personally, doesn't mean it's completely discardable.’
  • ‘He took the bottle back off me, carefully screwing the top back on and placing it, pointlessly empty and discardable into his jacket pocket.’
  • ‘A mark can also be used on discardable packaging, advertisements and trade literature.’