extendable

[ US /ˌɛkˈstɛndəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɛkstˈɛndəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being lengthened
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How To Use extendable In A Sentence

  • the deadline is not extendable
  • These citizens will be issued a non-extendable and inconvertible 30-day stay permit free of charge.
  • Extendable tables should have easy-to-use mechanisms and don't have to be ultramodern.
  • Air from the compartment is sampled through a narrow, extendable probe - which also contains a thermocouple to record the temperature - and the machine not only checks for the presence of gases, but also for the rates of change of gas levels.
  • These small predators leap from rocks and numb their prey with their poisonous stings. An extendable skin fold allows them to sail through the air towards their victims.
  • an extendable table is a good option if you entertain frequently
  • It is driven by gears rather than a belt, and also comes with a telescopic extendable wand which means it can get into tight corners and edges.
  • the rolling bag comes with an extendable handle
  • Bear in mind your future requirements, and consider how extendable your chosen system needs to be.
  • The helicopter is fitted with a forward extendable in-flight refuelling probe and it can also hoist hose refuel from a surface ship whilst in hover mode.
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