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perishable

adjective
 
 
/ˈperɪʃəbl/
used to describe products, especially food, that decay quickly: Perishable food, such as meat, isn't always handled or stored safely. Exports of perishable goods have been exempted from routine customs examination.
Translations of “perishable”
in Chinese (Traditional) (食物)易腐爛的,易變質的…
in Russian скоропортящийся…
in Turkish çabuk/kolay bozulan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (食物)易腐烂的,易变质的…
in Polish nietrwały, (łatwo) psujący się…
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