Definitions

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  • adjective That cannot be deployed.

Etymologies

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un- +β€Ž deployable

Examples

  • There are too many never-to-be-used battle tanks, unusable fast jets and undeployable army conscripts.

    UK's armed forces must integrate more with EU counterparts, Labour to say

  • Shadow defence secretary Jim Murphy will argue there has to be better coordination on defence spending across Europe because there are already "too many never to be used battle tanks, unusable fast jets and undeployable army conscripts."

    Labour: UK should integrate key defence decisions with Europe

  • There are too many never-to-be-used battle tanks, unusable fast jets and undeployable army conscripts.

    UK's armed forces must integrate more with EU counterparts, Labour to say

  • β€œIt all depends on if they were disabled enough to be considered undeployable,” David Autrey said.

    Disabled vet recalled for duty in Iraq

  • More and more 18-year - old new soldiers come in with medical conditions that make them undeployable and training is getting easier and easier just trying to push them through.

    CNN Transcript Apr 7, 2008

  • In the end, you have Intel flipping MS the bird, and telling them what they already know, Vista is undeployable by anyone with a grain of common sense.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • What if they believe that it would be better to put the purchase 'on the back burner' until their grumpy Prime Minister is once again 'in the vein' to spend billions of dollars on aircraft for our undeployable Air Force?

    CH-47D purchase closer

  • In the end, you have Intel flipping MS the bird, and telling them what they already know, Vista is undeployable by anyone with a grain of common sense.

    And in this morning's geek news ...

  • This has come by way of a letter from the soldier himself, he being cited as writing: "You do not deploy on the ground unless you have the right kit and enough of it, but it does mean that, instead of three patrols going out, only two can, because they have had to rob/borrow equipment from the third patrol, which then becomes undeployable."

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • I think we were all amazed to see a man who had gone AWOL from an undeployable National Guard unit defeat a decorated war hero because he was perceived to have more credibility as a military commander.

    Archive 2005-06-12

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