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- adj. Designed to be unfastened or disconnected without damage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That can be detached.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being detached or separated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. designed to be unfastened or disconnected without damage
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As kids we used to play this game called detachable detective.
My proposal regarding the human body and design isomorphism is entirely detachable from the C-value enigma, polyploidy, etc.
I've seen more malfunctions in detachable-magazine rifles than any other variety.
A thin detachable cord connects the underside of the mouse to the tip of the transceiver.
The clip on the back is detachable, which is good if you don't need it, because it's huge!
Therapeutics in 1997, offers devices such as detachable coils, stents and microcatheters to treat cerebrovascular diseases including aneurysms.
California lawmakers banned a number of rifles under the Assault Weapons Control Act in 1989, but a decade later, the state also restricted the sale, manufacture, or importation into the state of all semi-automatic rifles having combinations of arbitrarily selected features � such as detachable magazines, folding stocks, flash suppressors and pistol grips.
We saw a range of military regalia such as detachable leather hoods, three-quarter-length fatigues with cargo pockets (also shown in leather), flight pants, and the four-pocket jacket, to name a few.
Owners can personalize the cabin by situating detachable accessories such cupholders, iPod docks, eyeglass cases and elbow rests where they like them along the rail.
Dan Neil / Wall Street Journal Owners can personalize the accessory rail with detachable accessories such as cupholders, iPod docks, eyeglass cases, and elbow rests where they like them.