expendables

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plural of expendable
{i} funds remaining after taxes
expendable
That which is regarded as not worth preserving or saving; able to be sacrificed

In the internecine rivalries of large corporations, whole departments may become expendable in the execution of one executive's power play.

expendable
Able to be expended; not inexhaustible

Oil and other expendable resources are frequently the subject of military disputes.

expendable
suitable to be expended
expendable
Designed for a single use; not reusable
expendable
(used of funds) remaining after taxes; "spendable income"
expendable
{s} can be expended; not worth keeping, can be consumed or used up; can be sacrificed
expendable
Not essential or mandatory in order to achieve a goal
expendable
If you regard someone or something as expendable, you think it is acceptable to get rid of them, abandon them, or allow them to be destroyed when they are no longer needed. Once our services cease to be useful to them, we're expendable During the recession, training budgets were seen as an expendable luxury. not needed enough to be kept or saved
expendable
An expendable person or object; usually used in the plural
expendables
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