insertable

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

insert +‎ -able

AdjectiveEdit

insertable (comparative more insertable, superlative most insertable)

  1. Able to be inserted; able to be put into something else.
    The design was modified to be more insertable.

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NounEdit

insertable (plural insertables)

  1. Something that can be inserted.
    • 2011, Peter Auer, Stefan Pfänder, Constructions: Emerging and Emergent
      Insertables are very similar to glue-ons in that they retrospectively change the syntactic gestalt of the previous unit.
    • 2009, Daryl S. Paulson, Applied Biomedical Microbiology: A Biofilms Approach
      I've had the opportunity to work on mouthwashes and astringents, catheter antimicrobial treatments, and antimicrobial treatments of other implantables and insertables.

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