Definitions

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  • adjective That can be cleaned

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  • adjective capable of being cleaned

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Examples

  • Surfaces with matte finishes are easily cleanable, which is one of the most important virtues of these materials.

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  • Surfaces with matte finishes are easily cleanable, which is one of the most important virtues of these materials.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Surfaces with matte finishes are easily cleanable, which is one of the most important virtues of these materials.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Surfaces with matte finishes are easily cleanable, which is one of the most important virtues of these materials.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • I bought this rug especially for the "cleanable" factor (I have a dog and it gets high traffic), and it's basically so dingy after 6 months that I'm looking to replace it.

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  • • Keep the floors clean and 'cleanable' with hardwood floors or poured concrete floors without rugs.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • • Keep the floors clean and 'cleanable' with hardwood floors or poured concrete floors without rugs.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • Alabama and Florida beaches are cleanable, albeit at a substantial cost.

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  • "Have a surface that's easily cleanable," he said.

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  • Its material composition makes it sturdy easily cleanable and the design element improves any existing shelf unit.

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