From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwashablewash‧a‧ble /ˈwɒʃəbəl $ ˈwɒːʃ-, ˈwɑːʃ-/ adjective 1 DHCWASHsomething that is washable can be washed without being damaged washable cushion covers The gloves are machine washable.2 WASHpaint or ink that is washable will come out of cloth when you wash it
Examples from the Corpuswashable• I always buy cotton clothes that are easily washable.• Is the jacket washable?• Let's have a look at the label on those trousers. Are they washable?• And the T-shirt's still washable.• The plush padded cover is machine washable and there's a storage compartment for bottles and accessories.• Most of the garments are made in 100% cotton and are therefore practical and washable, as well as being highly fashionable.• But while many rugs are advertised as machine washable, it isn't always that easy.• Lacy white curtains fluttered at open windows, and washable slipcovers in white or pale shades covered the upholstery.machine washable• The blouse has the look and feel of silk, and is machine washable.• Most polyester duvets contain the most technically advanced non-allergenic filling which have the advantage of being machine washable.• Remember too, when knitting for children and busy mums, garments must be machine washable!• Shirt from £7.95 An exceptional printed shirt with a neat collar and pocket. 100% cotton machine washable.• Shorts from £7.95 Skirty shorts with a ribbed, elasticated waistband and hip pockets. 100% cotton jersey, machine washable.• Top A neat fitting top with a flattering neckline and self-covered buttons down the front. 100% cotton jersey, machine washable.• The gloves are machine washable and may be sterilised using dilute bleach.• The plush padded cover is machine washable and there's a storage compartment for bottles and accessories.• But while many rugs are advertised as machine washable, it isn't always that easy.