English version

removable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremovablere‧mov‧a‧ble /rɪˈmuːvəbəl/ AWL adjective  REMOVEeasy to remove a sofa with removable cloth covers
Examples from the Corpus
removableThe unit is made in stainless steel and has cast-iron pan supports with removable drip trays underneath.The trench coat features a removable fur collar.At first, David suggested putting removable glass over it, so it could be converted to a dining table.Cover up your radio - or use a removable one.Take out all removable parts and wash them with warm water and mild soap or detergent.The small sleigh bed with removable railings can be used as a crib or a daybed.The three central heating pump chambers are equally well-disguised by building over each a raised plinth, topped by a removable slab.
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