Definition of discardable in English:

discardable

adjective

  • See discard

    • ‘He took the bottle back off me, carefully screwing the top back on and placing it, pointlessly empty and discardable into his jacket pocket.’
    • ‘Just because you don't fall into this particular line, or know a few exceptions personally, doesn't mean it's completely discardable.’
    • ‘A mark can also be used on discardable packaging, advertisements and trade literature.’
    • ‘The evenings probably weren't all that unlike the other readings, except that the material was probably more instantly accessible, and, arguably, discardable.’
    • ‘But essentially if something has no impact whatsoever on your existence and there is no way of proving its existence, then it's discardable in all ethical and philosophical terms.’

Pronunciation

discardable

/dɪsˈkɑːdəb(ə)l/