- that may be removed.
- (of a singularity of a function of a complex variable) noting that the function is not analytic at the point but that the function can be redefined so as to be analytic at the point.
- (of a discontinuity) noting that the function is discontinuous at the point but that the function can be redefined so as to be continuous at the point.Compare essential(def 5).
Origin of removable
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Examples from the Web for removable
And he had a removable cast on his hand for the rest of the shoot.
In one jurisdiction studied, Northern Virginia, 30 to 40 percent of the gang task force case load were removable aliens.
CIS again: A very large share of immigrant gang members are illegal aliens and removable aliens.
When a man is married he is settled in fact, and then he is not removable.Joseph Andrews, Vol. 2
Pipe B is removable, which is convenient in cleaning out the tank.The Automobile Storage Battery
O. A. Witte
But it would have been too much to have expected me to treat all this matter as removable rubbish.Notes on My Books
The board were to be appointed by the King, and removable at his pleasure.
The viceroys were appointed by the king and removable by him at pleasure.The Land We Live In</p>
Word Origin and History for removable
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