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EtymologyEdit

From in- +‎ combust +‎ -ible.

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AdjectiveEdit

incombustible (comparative more incombustible, superlative most incombustible)

  1. Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable.
    • 1921, Charles Kenneth Leith, The Economic Aspect of Geology‎, page 124:
      The ash represents the more incombustible mineral matter, usually of the nature of clay or slate.

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NounEdit

incombustible (plural incombustibles)

  1. Any substance that is not flammable.

CatalanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin incombustibile.

AdjectiveEdit

incombustible (masculine and feminine plural incombustibles)

  1. Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable.

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin incombustibĭle.

AdjectiveEdit

incombustible (plural incombustibles)

  1. Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable.

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