Definition of destructible in English:

destructible

Line breaks: de¦struct|ible
Pronunciation: /dɪˈstrʌktɪb(ə)l
 
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adjective

  • Able to be destroyed: destructible plastic labels
    More example sentences
    • What is truly impressive, and should be standard in war games, is that most of the environments are destructible.
    • The new levels and goals are excellent, with plenty of variation and more destructible environments.
    • The 3D engine allows for detailed vehicles (yet the human soldiers look pretty basic) and beautiful landscapes filled with swaying tress and destructible buildings.

Derivatives

destructibility

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • The difference between destructibility and indestructibility is something which is very fine, which is very small.
  • If it is characterized by destructibility, then it ought to be like a cow hide [for instance].
  • For use in these applications, marking films are required to have suitable destructibility whereby a break occurring in one part does not extend to the surrounding other part.

Origin

mid 18th century (earlier in indestructible): from French, from late Latin destructibilis, from Latin destruct- 'destroyed', from the verb destruere (see destroy).

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