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Definitions

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  • noun uncountable The condition of being collapsible (or collapsable)
  • noun countable The extent to which something is collapsible

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Examples

  • Y. Risk ratios, but not odds ratios, have a mathematical property called collapsibility; this means that the size of the risk ratio will not change if adjustment is made for a variable that is not

    Archives of Pediatrics current issue

  • Y. Risk ratios, but not odds ratios, have a mathematical property called collapsibility; this means that the size of the risk ratio will not change if adjustment is made for a variable that is not

    Archives of Pediatrics current issue

  • Studies have concentrated on clinical research across the age spectrum, evaluating upper airway collapsibility during sleep, as well as arousal mechanisms.

    Sleep disorders research

  • But perhaps if an interface were developed that allowed full customization and collapsibility of each feature utilized.

    Google Wave “Is What Email Would Look Like If It Were Invented Today” | Lifehacker Australia

  • But perhaps if an interface were developed that allowed full customization and collapsibility of each feature utilized.

    Google Wave “Is What Email Would Look Like If It Were Invented Today” | Lifehacker Australia

  • Taran'atar soon realized that-collapsibility or flexibility notwithstanding-the Hirogen's blade was as strong as the Jem'Hadar's own weapon, and since it was attached to the armor, there was no way Taran'atar would be able to disarm him.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • Location Requirements: due to their flexibility and collapsibility, empty tanks can also be transported through small doors in buildings or into the mine.

    11.1 Welding additives

  • Or to demonstrate the collapsibility of a froth, stick a pin in the largest bubble of it.

    The Book of the Damned

  • Sales of fake trees are expected to approach 13 million this year, a record, as quality improves and they get more convenient, with features like built-in lights and easy collapsibility.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Sales of fake trees are expected to approach 13 million this year, a record, as quality improves and they get more convenient, with features like built-in lights and easy collapsibility.

    NYT > Home Page

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