expandable

[ UK /ɛkspˈændəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ɪkˈspændəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. able to expand or be expanded
  2. (of gases) capable of expansion
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How To Use expandable In A Sentence

  • I will bring 'expandable' food to school to eat during break. (i.e. musli) so i would be full for the rest of the day. yanxious Diary Entry
  • Formerly code-named Beckton, the Xeon 7500 series and 6500 series are also known colloquially as Nehalem EX -- a reference to the current Nehalem-class chip design Intel uses for its x86 processors and the "expandable," multi-socket server segment the new chips target. Cloud Computing: Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft Resources - RSS
  • Expandable – general purpose IO pins and a UART exported. Introducing the Hypnocube | Impact Lab
  • Expandable shale can be substituted for pumice and pumicite in the building block and concrete applications. Pumice
  • The system is expandable to 16 processors, with a maximum of 512MB RAM.
  • Using X-ray guidance, the doctor places an expandable disk into the defect, which plugs the hole.
  • Sony appear to have played it safe, but I actually think they either don't like the idea of expandable ISO, they don't know how to do it (unlikely) or they're not allowed to use it ePHOTOzine News Feed
  • A video game system includes a game cartridge which is pluggably attached to a main console having a main processor, a 3D graphics generating coprocessor, expandable main memory and player controllers.
  • Koss’s CC_01 earbuds replace those foam or rubber tips with an expandable and contractable system. New Koss earbuds screw-to-fit your ear holes - SlipperyBrick.com
  • It has an open Framework, which makes it Media Independent and Feature Expandable.
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