Last modified on 27 March 2012, at 12:41

dishwasherable

EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

dish·wash·er·a·ble /dish-"wo-sh&r-&-b&l/

EtymologyEdit

dishwasher + -able

AdjectiveEdit

dishwasherable (comparative more dishwasherable, superlative most dishwasherable)

  1. dishwasher safe; able to be placed safely in a dishwasher for cleaning
    All the parts of the deep fryer are dishwasherable.
    • 1998, Vicky Larmour, in alt.newlywed [1]
      I always assumed they weren't dishwasherable.
    • 2001, Charlotte L. Blackmer, in rec.food.cooking [2]
      I looked for a set of casual dishes (microwavable and eventually dishwasherable, but I had no dishwasher at the time) that would go with the other dishes I had acquired for a while.
    • 2004, Kate Dicey, in uk.rec.sheds [3]
      Lakeland Limited do some dishwasherable tree bits chopping boards.
    • 2006, Eric Walker, in rec.food.equipment [4]
      The KitchenAid is dishwasherable, and works fine on induction units.