Definition of detachable in English:

detachable

adjective

  • Able to be removed or separated from something.

    ‘a shirt with a detachable collar’
    ‘the detachable handles click on and off’
    • ‘Included is a detachable keyboard weighing 420 grams for inputting longer texts.’
    • ‘For example, in practice, is technology readily detachable from the organization of which it is part?’
    • ‘The internet comes to your computer through a modem, a detachable box inside your computer.’
    • ‘It too has an ergonomic, detachable shoulder strap.’
    • ‘Volz filed a patent in September 1949 for a retractable tape rule in which the blade was detachable.’
    • ‘The unit is wall-mountable and there are detachable speakers.’
    • ‘It has a stand-up collar with detachable hood, and a zipper with double storm flaps and Velcro closures.’
    • ‘On rainy days, you can resort to the detachable battery pack.’
    • ‘However, we were less than impressed by the detachable metal cover for the mono screen.’
    • ‘The cables for the front bezel and speakers to be connected to the motherboard are detachable at their mid point.’

Pronunciation

detachable

/dɪˈtatʃəb(ə)l/