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expendable

adjective
 
 
/ɪkˈspen.də.bl̩/
If someone or something is expendable, people can do something or deal with a situation without them
可有可無的;無關緊要的;不必要的
No one likes to think that they're expendable.
誰也不願意認為自己是可以隨便犧牲的。
Useless and futileToo much and unnecessary
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