Meaning of sackable in English:

sackable

Pronunciation /ˈsakəb(ə)l/

Translate sackable into Spanish

adjective

See sack

‘Mr Close says he had not had any opportunity to discuss his responses to any of the allegations against him (none of which were sackable offences) with anyone in the department.’
  • ‘A detective who accessed the police database to try and find out the home address of a corruption investigator was let off with just a fine, even though it is now a sackable offence.’
  • ‘‘I would regard it as a sackable matter if the manager of a club I was in charge of made defeatist comments,’ said Crampsey.’
  • ‘Neither of the men ‘rummaged’ in the waste, as it was a sackable offence to do so, but they moved a couple of bags before deciding the task was impossible.’
  • ‘She called for racist behaviour to be made a sackable offence and for members of the public to given more opportunities to complain about racist behaviour by officers on duty.’