Translation of disposable in Spanish:


desechable, adj.

Pronunciation /d??spo?z?b(?)l/ /d??sp??z?b(?)l/

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  • 1

    (cup/razor/pen) desechable
    (cup/razor/pen) de usar y tirar
    • Articles such as disposable diapers, bibs, clothing, etc. are disclosed.
    • Even the razor should be a disposable one, thrown out after use.
    • So he conceived of a line of cheap, disposable razor blades that could be purchased in bulk and discarded before they ever needed sharpening.
    • Maybe I shouldn't have used cheap disposable razors.
    • Still remember the thrill, in those early days, of discovering scarce URLs; now they're printed on every piece of disposable packaging that I throw in the bin.
    • The bleached pulp is then converted into a variety of paper products, including disposable diapers.
    • From 1947 until 1961, disposable diapers were a wad of tissue paper sandwiched between two pieces of plastic film.
    • As if all that were not enough, new scientific research is beginning to throw up other potential hazards with disposable nappies.
    • After they finished they threw their disposable plates and utensils down a chute.
    • The girls' version adds a nail file, moisturiser, cotton buds and pads, and eye make-up remover, while the boys get a disposable razor, shaving cream, aftershave and hair gel.
    • During the purge I came across a still-functional disposable razor and since I was in a whimsical mood, I proceeded to convert my full beard into a goatee.
    • Once disposable nappies were for convenience.
    • As western products find markets in even the remotest of islands, such items as disposable diapers and syringes litter otherwise lovely beaches.
    • And one of the council's strategies will be to work with parents to try to discourage them from using disposable nappies in favour of reusables.
    • Men will want either electric or disposable razors, or both.
    • Keep extra supplies on hand if your system requires disposable filters and special sanitizing solutions.
    • The surgical attire policy at our facility requires wearing disposable head covers.
    • Consumers might also welcome a tiered approach to rentals, with cheaper, single-viewing sessions available on disposable disks, he said.
    • More recently, disposable baths are available from several manufacturers as prepackaged single-use units.
    • Further investigation showed they also contained hospital waste, including disposable syringes and surgical gloves.
  • 2

    (income) disponible
    • Investment will therefore be a function of the financial viability of the hospital and its possession of disposable assets rather than its ranking in terms of national and regional need.
    • As a business owner, you can't afford to view employees as disposable assets.
    • We have exhausted all our savings and disposable assets.
    • A Judge at York Crown Court ordered him to pay back £17,365, after hearing that the sum would take away all his disposable assets.
    • What they don't say is that schools and hospitals don't really count as disposable assets in the sense that they can't be sold off.
    • Ms Nicholas said only disposable assets were taken into account when determining eligibility.
    • As the cofounder of Microsoft he has more disposable investment capital than most of us.
    • A person with disposable assets may want to keep it all for himself or herself, may not want to let go of any of it, and may actually be anxious about what will happen if too much gets away.
    • Lists of required equipment and disposable items are available through the company.
    • In any case they create an abundance of disposable money for which its owners try to find the most profitable investment.
    • As an example of some of the vast differences, French law allows for property to be divided into a disposable and reserved portion on the death of the owner.
    • I would identify what disposable money I had each month, and divide it equally between the two.
    • We want to be able to compute various per capita measures, such as GDP per capita and real disposable personal income.
    • Dublin's combination of a young population with a high disposable spend is helping to push retail rents higher as international chains seek a high street presence in the market.
    • The company is even considering opening a kiosk to sell sunglasses in the retail food court to gain a greater share of their customers' disposable dollars.
    • We are really looking at young, mobile 18- to 24-year-olds with a sizeable disposable spend, but our company will obviously appeal to people outside that bracket," she said.
    • By the end of 2002, Irish investors will have invested more of their annual disposable capital than ever before into property.
    • Brokering deals with things Britain didn't even possess is what kept her afloat in an age where several companies had a larger gross revenue and more disposable budget than the defunct remnants of age old empires.
    • As a result the growth in total wages has contributed far less to the overall growth in disposable personal income in this downturn than in prior downturns.
    • As Marx put it in his great work Capital, from the point of view of the system, ‘if a worker consumes his disposable time for himself, he robs the capitalist.’