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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreakablebreak‧a‧ble /ˈbreɪkəbəl/ adjective  BREAKmade of a material such as glass or clay that breaks easilyfragile Make sure you pack breakable ornaments carefully.
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breakableI saw Thelma clearing the counter of anything breakable.The latest version uses an encrypted password and isn't easily breakable.Tobie made to sit in a chair and then desisted, because it was inlaid and foreign and breakable.There will be no more breakable bones or shoddy arteries.Many laboratories spend thousands of dollars a year on breakable glass equipment.Put breakable objects out of the reach of children.Likewise, avoid small breakable ornaments.Here the cut-price and the breakable predominated.
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