Definition of dischargeable in US English:

dischargeable

adjective

  • See discharge

    • ‘The liens will be just as dischargeable as the unsecured debts.’
    • ‘Income tax claims generally are dischargeable if the return was timely filed and the due date was more than three years before the petition date.’
    • ‘By contrast, some unsecured debts are not dischargeable in bankruptcy, and secured debts, such as home and auto loans are minimally affected.’
    • ‘I know, I know - student loans aren't dischargeable in bankruptcy.’
    • ‘For one thing, those loans aren't dischargeable in bankruptcy, meaning you'll have to pay them eventually - if nothing else, they'll garnish your social security benefits.’

Pronunciation

dischargeable

/dɪsˈtʃɑrdʒəb(ə)l//disˈCHärjəb(ə)l/