Definition of replaceable in English:

replaceable

Syllabification: re·place·a·ble
Pronunciation: /riˈplāsəbəl
 
/

adjective

1Able to be replaced: a knife with a replaceable blade
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  • Experience is the only thing that is not replaceable by technology.
  • The speed, reliability and scalability of the network switch are directly attributable to the parallelism inherent in the solid-state chip implementation, the high-speed backplane and the replaceable blade design.
  • The computer server incorporates all of the features required for fault tolerant operation, including all redundant replaceable components and real-time guaranteed operation in the event of drive failures.
1.1 Chemistry Denoting those hydrogen atoms in an acid that can be displaced by metal atoms when forming salts.

Derivatives

replaceability

Pronunciation: /-ˌplāsəˈbilətē/
noun
More example sentences
  • None of the two has a chance to be on the next Mets team to flirt with decency because, from the management perspective, their value lies only in their replaceability.
  • The actors are also self-abused, culpable in part for their own replaceability.

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