consumables Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"consumables" in British English

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consumablesnoun [plural]

uk   /kənˈsjuː.mə.bl̩z/  us   /-suː-/
goods, ​especiallyfood or ​services, that ​peoplebuyregularly because they are ​quickly used and need to be ​replaced often: At this ​hospital we use up ​bandages, ​disposablegloves, and other consumables very ​quickly.
(Definition of consumables from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"consumables" in Business English

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consumablesnoun [plural]

uk   /kənˈsjuːməbl̩z/  us   /-suː-/ COMMERCE
goods that ​peoplebuyregularly because they are quickly used and need to be ​replaced often: It is now the ​leadingsupplier of non-food consumables to ​hotels and caterers. computer consumables, such as ​ink cartridges and ​printerpaper
(Definition of consumables from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “consumables”
in Chinese (Simplified) 消耗品(尤指食物等)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 消耗品(尤指食物等)…
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