from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Able to be repaired.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Reparable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being repaired; reparable.
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DVD recorders are not considered "repairable" by their mfrs anymore, it isn't just a JVC problem: decent service is now nonexistent for anything but Panasonics, and even with them you need to go thru a Masonic ritual just to gain access to their one good "secret" repair center.
I love to know how much of the ISS is actually repairable?
We can only hope the damage these people do to our Nation is repairable, what a bunch of kooks!
Building your own gives you a lot more options and as many have mentioned it is upgradable and more easily repairable down the line.
I took part in the campaign to try to save 371 repairable homes in the Edge Lane district, from a road-widening scheme connecting the city centre with the M62.
Those plants that survived intact or, like this one, only suffered repairable damage are being converted to the new solar model.
Jews bury old and tattered Torah scrolls when they are no longer useable or repairable.
Now many items are made to be manufacturer repairable only or, worse yet, disposable. iFixit is devoted to Mac, iPad and iPhone repair.
If you routinely venture into terrain with sharp rocks or thorny vegetation that can pierce the sidewall (such damage is not repairable), consider tires with actual three-ply sidewall construction.
Thus the new windows are not normally repairable by the average home owner.