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[stak-uh-buh l] /ˈstæk ə bəl/
capable of being stacked, especially easily:
stackable chairs.
Origin of stackable
1960-65; stack + -able
Related forms
stackability, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Choose ones that are angular enough to be stackable but rounded enough that they won't poke holes in your liner.
  • Actually, it probably won't spend much time atop its base, as the two aren't stackable if anything is plugged in.
  • They recently proposed a new body bag concept that replaces bag for stackable plastic trays.
  • Excess baggage will be packable, stackable and safe in these molded, high-impact polypropylene storage containers.
  • Select rooms feature full or partial kitchens, as well as stackable washers and dryers.
  • Further, all stackable cribs will not meet the new standards.
  • Laundry receptacle requirements with stackable laundry equipment.
  • There is also an urban battalion of stackable washer-dryers, compact galleys and countertops.

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