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consumable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsumablecon‧sum‧a‧ble /kənˈsjuːməbəl $ -ˈsuːm-/ adjective  consumable goods are intended to be used and then replaced
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consumableEssays are consumable at A level - use them to feed the skill of writing History.The exhibition contains childhood, it controls it, makes it a consumable item.The control of working capital is an everyday activity and managers should direct more attention say to stock levels of consumable items.International relief supplied more than 5,000 tonnes of drugs and consumable medical supplies, syringes, needles and other equipment.Individual consumers need accessibility and convenience from their local sources of consumable products.
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