See salvageability.

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  • salvageable — index corrigible Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • salvageable — by 1915, from SALVAGE (Cf. salvage) + ABLE (Cf. able) …   Etymology dictionary

  • salvageable — adjective Capable of being salvaged, saved or repaired. Worth rescuing and keeping rather discarding or replacing. The car wasnt salvageable after the engine fire. The insurance company totalled it and I bought a new one …   Wiktionary

  • salvageable — sal·vage·able sal vij ə bəl adj capable of being salvaged <salvageable patients> sal·vage·abil·i·ty n, pl ties …   Medical dictionary

  • salvageable — salvage ► VERB 1) rescue (a ship or its cargo) from loss at sea. 2) retrieve or preserve from loss or destruction. ► NOUN 1) the action of salvaging. 2) cargo salvaged. 3) Law payment made or due to a person who has salvaged a ship or its cargo …   English terms dictionary

  • salvageable — adjective capable of being saved from ruin their marriage was not salvageable • Similar to: ↑saved …   Useful english dictionary

  • salvageable — adjective see salvage II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • salvageable — adj. can be rescued, can be saved …   English contemporary dictionary

  • salvageable — sal·vage·able …   English syllables

  • salvageable files —    In Novell NetWare, files that have been deleted by users, but that are recoverable.    The FILER utility can display a list of deleted files and can recover the files providing they have not been overwritten in whole or in part.    If the… …   Dictionary of networking

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