Meaning of indispensability in English:


Pronunciation /ɪndɪspɛnsəˈbɪlɪti/


See indispensable

‘There's this desperate need to insist not only on France's relevance in an era dominated by Germany, but France's indispensability.’
  • ‘That determination - along with his indispensability - is what ensures he will be available when the business end of the tour comes around.’
  • ‘One kid always used to tag along, unwanted, made fun of, yet somehow of greater indispensability than any of the rest of us.’
  • ‘Some organizations seek to be known and respected for the products they offer, while others seek to retain their indispensability to selected markets.’
  • ‘But this hardly amounted to recognition of Russia's indispensability - after all, NATO troops entered Kosovo without Russian consent.’