Translation of consumable in Spanish:


consumible, adj.

Pronunciation /kənˈsjuːməb(ə)l//kənˈsuməb(ə)l/


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    • The grants are intended to cover the costs of specialized equipment, essential consumable material, and scientific literature.
    • Faith and I were talking yesterday about things we used to sneer at, and I must say that such consumable groomings as I've paid for in the last few days were among my list of things that were too bourgeois for words.
    • The supply chain is comprised of the vendors and suppliers that provide consumable materials and refurbishment services to the supply system and depot.
    • The list of these consumable materials goes on and on.
    • We feel that none of us needs a gift for the sake of having a gift and also often resort to consumable items like a good bottle of wine.
    • More than twenty years of instructional lessons in self-regulated writing strategies have been transformed into consumable materials ready for classroom use.
    • Zhou considered the difficulties faced by women PhDs when seeking boyfriends to be quite deep rooted and unlikely to disappear until society accepted women as more than consumable items for viewing and enjoying.
    • As workers we are the makers of our world, not just the buyers of consumable parts of it.
    • So, yes, if you've ever wondered why printers themselves were so cheap, it's because the people that make them make insane profits when you go to stock up on the hardware's consumable bits.
    • Fuel costs are passed on through all kinds of consumable goods and services, hitting the pockets of even those who religiously shun fossil-fuel consumption and choose to travel by bicycle or foot.
    • And if we go to Mars, we're going to have to learn to live off the land as well - learn to extract water and oxygen and other consumable materials from the Martian environment so as to minimise the amount of mass you need to take and bring back.
    • Mangold says Mackendrick taught him to think of his work not as a consumable item swallowed up by the box office and then forgotten, but as art that lasts.
    • But as Hugh Pearman noted, the microflat down-graded the home from a spatial concept to little more than a consumable object, an over-the-counter gadget, the iPod of housing.
    • It's trying to see life in terms of a natural thing rather than as a process of consumption, because consumer society starts to make you think of people as other consumable goods, which is really not a good way to think.
    • Its booths selling milk in readily consumable forms are gradually on the rise.
    • The film holds promise for those who are open to deriving their pleasure from characterisation rather than the more readily consumable series of events that popular films usually rely on to maintain interest.
    • Boo! entered the South African music scene in October 1997, with their mind-bendingly weird, though deliciously consumable sound.
    • However, our readers require more and so I must try to do justice to this cornucopia of consumable marvels.
    • The site showcases photography, design and desirable consumable items and just like the style magazine original, it's all done in the hippest possible taste.
    • The authorities should standardise the quality of all consumable goods supplied for distribution and certify them with ISI marking.