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renewable

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈnjuːəbl/
ENERGY A renewable form of energy can be produced as quickly as it is used: a renewable energy source such as wind powerGiving, providing and supplying
OFFICIAL AGREEMENT A renewable official agreement is one that you can arrange to continue when the time limit is reached: a 6-month renewable contract Official documentsGiving, providing and supplying
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