Definition of erasable in English:

erasable

adjective

See erase

  • ‘An erasable programmable logic device is used to output discreet signals for controlling mirror positioning.’
  • ‘You can get something similar, if you pick a DVD recorder that can handle erasable DVD-RAM disks.’
  • ‘The erasable calendar posted on the east wall was too far away, so she scrabbled through the piles of loose papers cluttering her desktop until she found her appointment book.’
  • ‘Then she'd head back to her typewriter and, using an erasable tape, Preston would alter the check, making it payable to her credit card company.’
  • ‘The memory cell is an electrically erasable programmable read only memory cell or a Flash memory cell.’

Pronunciation

erasable

/ɪˈreɪzəb(ə)l/