Definition of reparable in English:

reparable

Syllabification: rep·a·ra·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈrep(ə)rəbəl
 
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adjective

  • (Especially of an injury or loss) possible to rectify or repair.
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    • The pilot for CAV-XML offered actual flow days computed on each depot-level reparable being repaired, from the day it was received at the contractor to the day it was shipped.
    • The time it takes a depot or contractor to repair and return a reparable item to serviceable condition is rather long.
    • Examples are all too common in which relatively inexpensive consumable parts hold up the repair of an expensive reparable part.
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reparability

Pronunciation: /rep(ə)rəˈbilitē/
noun
More example sentences
  • The reliability and reparability of the electrical devices are crucial questions.
  • The reparability of cars has improved.
  • MEPs called on the Commission to propose an update to the eco-design directive to include non-energy related products and to demand better durability, recyclability and reparability of goods.

Origin

late 16th century: from French réparable, from Latin reparabilis, from reparare 'make ready again' (see repair1).

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