removably

removable

[ri-moo-vuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
that may be removed.
2.
Mathematics.
a.
(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.
b.
(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:
1525–35; remove + -able

removability, removableness, noun
removably, adverb
nonremovable, adjective
unremovable, adjective
unremovableness, noun
unremovably, adverb
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remove (rɪˈmuːv)
 
vb
1.  to take away and place elsewhere
2.  to displace (someone) from office; dismiss
3.  to do away with (a grievance, cause of anxiety, etc); abolish
4.  to cause (dirt, stains, or anything unwanted) to disappear; get rid of
5.  euphemistic to assassinate; kill
6.  formal (intr) to change the location of one's home or place of business: the publishers have removed to Mayfair
 
n
7.  the act of removing, esp (formal) a removal of one's residence or place of work
8.  the degree of difference separating one person, thing, or condition from another: only one remove from madness
9.  (Brit) (in certain schools) a class or form, esp one for children of about 14 years, designed to introduce them to the greater responsibilities of a more senior position in the school
10.  (at a formal dinner, formerly) a dish to be changed while the rest of the course remains on the table
 
[C14: from Old French removoir, from Latin removēre; see move]
 
re'movable
 
adj
 
remova'bility
 
n
 
re'movableness
 
n
 
re'movably
 
adv
 
re'mover
 
n

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