from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Able to be attached.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being attached; esp., liable to be taken by writ or precept.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being attached, legally or otherwise; liable to be taken by writ or precept.
- Capable of being fastened or conjoined as an adjunct or attribute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being fastened or added to something else
Flip N’ Flush â€ This attachable aka "permanent" toilet seat connects between your regular seat and lid.
In August, Coach will launch a line of bags—each a classic leather Coach look—that's attachable to a bike's handlebars, frame, or rear rack.
I am pretty sure a Dodge, with semi-body, four doors, open sides with attachable curtains if needed, rubberized cloth top supported by metal posts, and adjustable wind shield.
The iPod music player alone released November 2001 spawned a galaxy of companies dedicated to finding innovative products attachable to the iPod mothership.
The company has tried making them bigger, easier to open, or attachable to a cup of French fries.
If I ever use these features at all, I want them optional, totally attachable/detachable .... extensions I mean.
In my experience women hunted men with quite the same blind tropism that marks the pursuit of the sun by the sunflower, the pursuit of attachable surfaces by the tendrils of the grapevine.
New Zealand students designed the "Plant Room", an attachable box that bolts on to the exterior of an apartment building, providing cramped city-dwellers an area ...
New Zealand students designed the "Plant Room", an attachable box that bolts on to the exterior of an apartment building, providing cramped city-dwellers an area to garden.
It's drainable so you just shove in the toys and pop into the wall-mounted base (attachable either by super-strong adhesive strips or screws).