Definition of nondegradable in English:

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nondegradable

Pronunciation: /ˌnändiˈɡrādəb(ə)l/

Entry from US English dictionary

adjective

Not biodegradable or subject to decomposition: nondegradable waste that ends up in the water
More example sentences
  • Several communities throughout the United States, including San Francisco, have banned nondegradable shopping bags to encourage shoppers to use their own eco-friendly bags.
  • One of the good things about nondegradable wrappings, however, is that they soon become eyesores.
  • The nondegradable pollutants just accumulate along the river, as expressed by equation 2c.

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Syllabification: non·de·grad·a·ble

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