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- adj. Having the capacity to be expanded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. able to expand or to be expanded.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of gases) capable of expansion
- adj. able to expand or be expanded
The Rage 2 blade expandable is the answer to all broadheads!
He has been developing so-called expandable space habitats, a technology he bought from NASA a number of years ago.
Sony appear to have played it safe, but I actually think they either don't like the idea of expandable ISO, they don't know how to do it (unlikely) or they're not allowed to use it
I had one of those "expandable" jobs, where you could work as many hours as you could stand.
I will bring 'expandable' food to school to eat during break. (i.e. musli) so i would be full for the rest of the day.
On the brighter side, at least the price isn't that much steep, although I doubt that users would buy the 500 USD 16GIG iPad - To think that its capacity is not expandable, meaning you're going to spend your days with that limitation.
Formerly code-named Beckton, the Xeon 7500 series and 6500 series are also known colloquially as Nehalem EX -- a reference to the current Nehalem-class chip design Intel uses for its x86 processors and the "expandable," multi-socket server segment the new chips target.
Intel's latest volley is the Xeon 7500, an eight-core superslab built around the Nehalem-EX architecture for 'expandable' multi-socket servers.
On the brighter side, at least the price isn't that much steep, although I doubt that users would buy the 500 USD 16GIG iPad -- To think that its capacity is not expandable, meaning you're going to spend your days with that limitation.
A new kind of expandable bone prosthesis -- implanted in the legs of pediatric patients to substitute bone that was removed due to cancer -- is. ...