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avoidable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishavoidablea‧void‧a‧ble /əˈvɔɪdəbəl/ adjective  something bad that is avoidable can be avoided or prevented an almost entirely avoidable cause of death Nearly 1,000 children die each year from accidents in the home which are avoidable.
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avoidableRunning out of gas is annoying and easily avoidable.Much of this is completely avoidable.Too many children are still injured in avoidable accidents.Indeed, it would be seen as a major source of avoidable and illegal human suffering.Otherwise mutual incomprehension and avoidable conflict will continue.But even this ratio puts the best possible light on the contribution made by employment to the avoidable death toll.There were potentially avoidable factors in all the cases.The list of avoidable killings not legally construed as murder even in principle could go on and on.
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