capable of being removed or taken away or dismissed
"a removable cord"; "removable partitions"
able to be obliterated completely
Able to be removed.
When the piece fell off, I was relieved to see that it appeared to be removable.
admitting of being removed
Of a product able to be used according to its design and then removed for another use or purpose.
Our sofa has removable cushion covers so we can wash them and our new wallpaper in the children's bedroom you hang and it is removable if needed to hang in another location.
The numerical value of removable in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of removable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is pretty standard across the federal government that if someone engages in criminal misconduct related to their professional duties, it is also a removable offense.
She also gave inconsistent answers about when she discovered that the HSI agents were investigating the shootings from the day prior …. Either version is contradicted by the building security officer …. it is pretty standard across the federal government that if someone engages in criminal misconduct related to their professional duties, it is also a removable offense.
To be clear, the backgrounds of the individuals in question would generally make them enforcement priorities for ICE. However, ICE has no legal basis for continuing to hold these individuals.One individual( Hermez) is a lawful permanent resident whose current conviction record does not make him legally removable. the sheriffs of Arizona have been forced to deal with many challenges due to lax enforcement of Criminal rules for U.S. immigration policies.
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